"Conversation doesn't just reshuffle the cards: it creates new cards."

 Theodore Zeldin 


We all embark on the journey of life at the same starting point. We travel down the road before us, trying to carve out a path that will lead us to the kind of life that will bring us joy. 

However, there are times when that path leads us off the course of happiness and fulfillment, and into the unexpected. 

Whether you're stuck in the woods of relationships, addiction, or emotions, it is possible to climb out and get back on track. I know it feels daunting now, but that is why you are here. 

 I will work with you to help you develop the strategies you need to get back on the path that leads to happiness and success. Together, we will work to address the issues you are facing so that you can climb out of those woods confident and ready to take on a new direction in life. 

We will work closely to analyze what struggles you are facing, underlying causes, and try to change the behaviors and thought patterns that are keeping you from being the person you want to be. 

If you're ready to get back on the path that leads to a more fulfilling life, then you've come to the right place. Contact me today so we can work to get you back on course.

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About Ezgi Rozenshteyn

I am an associate marriage and family therapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, addiction recovery, and eating disorders. 

My approach combines cognitive-behavioral techniques with mindfulness and acceptance. It is centered around teaching strategies to help clients gain insight into their current thinking and behavior, and allow them to find new ways to adjust their reactions to life events.

I help clients develop skills for emotional regulation, and distress tolerance, and identify and change negative thought patterns that contribute to psychological distress and interfere with daily functioning. 

I use techniques such as cognitive restructuring, reframing, acceptance, and non-judgmental thinking to help individuals develop healthier ways of thinking and behaving. 

I will work with you to balance acceptance and change.

Ezgi Rozenshteyn AMFT 134950