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As someone who has recovered from trauma, substance abuse, and an eating disorder - I know what it’s like to be where you are.

I saw the lack of modern approaches to mental health care, which is why I’ve teamed up with compassionate therapists to provide you with tools to heal effectively, and move beyond your limiting beliefs. 

We love to share tools, tips and ideas to support your mental health in between sessions. Let's dive in!


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By Melanie Greenberg, LSW Every year I tell my clients to prepare for the darker months at the end of August. Despite issuing this warning, I am still rocked by how suddenly I am personally hit with seasonal affective disorder every single year. I falsely believe it can’t be that much worse than the good […]

By Hannah McGrath, MA, M.Div Clients often ask, “why is it so much harder for me to be kind to myself than it is to be kind to other people?” I relate to this frustrating question, and it makes me reflect on my own path to becoming kinder toward myself. Your journey might look different […]

by Becca Adleberg, M.Ed Ah, Fall. Pumpkin spice lattes have appeared, leaves are changing colors, and for some people, anxiety may be starting to feel worse. SAD, or Seasonal AffectiveDisorder, affects around 10 million Americans annually. More colloquially known as “seasonal depression,” SAD can play a large role in increased anxiety this time of year. […]

by Becca Adleberg, M.Ed Halloween has always been my favorite. Beginning October 1st, I consider spooky season officially upon us, and my clients see me in all of my glory. We’re talking spooky sweaters, pumpkin pants, glow-in-the-dark earrings, you name it. Then comes the penultimate day of Halloween. My home is always filled with little […]

by Melanie Greenberg, LSW It’s interesting to grow up with Taylor Swift and experience various milestones and heartbreaks along with her. Folklore and Evermore were incredibly important to me. I identify as a cottagecore queer, so the folky, soft lyrics that felt like warm candlelight became a source of comfort and helped me get through […]

by Melanie Greenberg, LSW It’s been almost a year since I decided to get bangs. My esthetician told me I could rock a shag, a look I thought I couldn’t pull off because I wasn’t gay enough or cool enough. I’d be a poser. People would talk about me and say I look bad. My […]

By Chris Turpyn, LPC Life is a journey of adventure, reward, and, sometimes, intense challenge. When you least expect it, your life can change forever. I can relate to that feeling all too well. I am here today because therapy helped me through the darkest days following my only child’s unexpected death in 2010. I […]

Keeping treatment relevant, timely, and on track. Therapy doesn’t need to be old school. At Therapy for Women, we believe in working to remain at the forefront of therapy techniques, methods, and technologies so we can best support our clients. Which is why we are proud to announce our use of MoodLinks and RecoveryRecord to […]

By Leah Wright, LSW Hi, my name is Leah! I am a therapist, a mom, a wife, and a feminist. I fell in love with helping people in 2015, when I decided to make the jump and apply to graduate school to become a therapist. Now, I feel incredibly lucky to be part of Therapy […]

By Fernanda Formel, LMFT Do you feel as if you’re struggling with the current events in the United States? Are you feeling rage, frustration, or fear as the discussion and debate of reproductive rights and sex education continues? You are not alone! Many others are feeling the exact same way. If you are at a […]

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