Phyllis Kopit, LCSW


The decision to begin therapy usually comes at times of stress and change in our lives, times when we are not sure what direction to take.  Asking for help is a courageous step, the first step on your journey toward healing.

For over twenty years, I have worked with individuals, couples and families, helping them to identify and work through the problems that are causing difficulty.  I use an eclectic approach to help clients identify the issues they want to work on and find the solutions they are seeking, taking into consideration their unique experiences, building on their strengths, and working at a pace that is comfortable for them.  I have worked with clients with a variety of problems, including depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, relationship problems, substance abuse, grief and loss.  I work with adults, couples and families.

My approach is to create a non-judgmental therapeutic environment, one that invites clients to explore the ways in which they would like their lives and their relationships to be different, honors the courage to ask for help, and supports change in the face of challenge.  Post-graduate training in family therapy gives me a systems perspective, even when working with individuals, and my work in addictions has given me years of experience using cognitive/behavioral therapy.

I look forward to working with you!
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