Something’s Not Right
Depressed? Anxious? Hard time focusing? Spending too much time with drugs and alcohol? Preoccupied with bad experiences? Struggling with a loss? Or are you simply lonely? If the person you know yourself to be is not visible to others maybe it’s time to do something.
Dr. Susan Bodnar is a New York City based clinical psychologist trained in relational psychoanalysis and cognitive behavioral therapy with over twenty years of professional experience. She is an adjunct associate professor of clinical and counseling psychology at Teacher’s College, Columbia University and has published in academic journals and in popular media. She welcomes everyone to her practice.
She gets to know you better than your diagnosis, offering pragmatic assistance with life events in addition to quality therapeutic technique guided by science, experience and common sense. Biological predispositions, child development, family habits, cultural exposure, racial identifications and even physical environments all construct who you are. Dr. Bodnar pushes you to think about these influences. Then she supports you in the creation of forward moving strategies.