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    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 10-Jun-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Therapist Survey
    Comment:  During what time span have you seen this therapist? 2020-2021Type of therapist: LCSWWhat kind of patients does this therapist see? Older Children (pre-teens), Teens, Adults (individual therapy), Couples, FamiliesIf the therapist treats any special kinds of issues or uses specific therapeutic techniques, please list/describe those here. Parenting, postpartum, prenatal, relationship, depression, anxietyIn-person, Zoom, or telephone therapy? Zoom/Video therapyBriefly describe the reasons you decided to seek help: New parent and marriage issuesDoes the therapist take insurance, and if not, how has your experience been with filing claims? Out of network with all insurances.Review: She’s been amazing and so reliable during an incredibly stressful time.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 12-Dec-2020
    Subject:  Short-term couple’s therapy
    Comment:  Hi! My husband and I finally did couples therapy over the summer. We’ve been together for 11 years, married for 5 and have a toddler and a crazy life (who doesn’t these days?!) and I’ve been saying since before we got married we should go to therapy, but the pandemic made it absolutely necessary.I luckily had the name of a therapist from my acupuncturist, so I set up a consultation with her and was so glad I did. I thought we’d be digging into our past and figuring out why we do/say what we do, but instead she focused on learning tactics to resolve our conflicts without reverting to our normal behaviors (which would always end up in huge fights with no resolution). And the good news is, after about two months of sessions, we felt like we were in a good place and haven’t needed to continue regularly. But it’s nice to know we can set up another session anytime if/when we hit a rough patch and need to remind ourselves how to fight nicely! Our therapist’s name is Batya Novick (contact info below if interested). She’s fantastic.