Holistic Psychotherapist and Author

Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider

New York City Office:   212-463-0910

          Experiences of trauma and loss can deeply affect one’s self-esteem, self-confidence, and outlook on the future.  Coping with a critical illness or disability can be overwhelming.  

 

          I use a gentle, empathic approach to help people to express their feelings about painful experiences and develop higher self-esteem.  I will walk beside you on your own unique journey of healing . . . and support your efforts to reach your true potential and have a more fulfilling life.          

                           

          As a holistic psychotherapist, I use evidence-based treatment modalities, such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, as well as complementary approaches, such as art therapy, mindfulness, guided imagery, mind-body healing, and energy psychology.  I tailor my approach to the unique needs of the individual or family.

 

          Is it too difficult for you to travel to a therapist’s office?  I can provide therapy sessions by phone or online.  

 

          On a case-by-case basis, I can also provide in-home psychotherapy for families affected by critical illness or disabilities in several areas of Manhattan, including the Upper East Side and Greenwich Village.

          

BOOKS

Available on Amazon.com

Laurice’s Adventures of a Wizard:

The Wizard and The Great Balloon

Written and Illustrated by Janice Elizabeth Williams

     

          A young chickadee discovers the true meaning of magic!  

A book about finding the magic within to overcome challenges.

A story of hope for children and families facing critical illness or disabilities.

 

 

 

 

Laurice’s Adventures of a Wizard:

My Friend, Jenny, and The Wizard

Written and Illustrated by Janice Elizabeth Williams

          After a young rabbit loses a loved one, she finds hope and healing

through her friendship with a Wizard and his delightful companions.  

An inspiring story for children and families about healing from a painful loss.