How do I know if I need therapy?
Choosing to start therapy is a deeply personal decision. It’s hard to draw the line between normal feelings of sadness and worry, and clinical problems such as anxiety and depression. Often advice from family and friends just makes you more confused. To get an expert view, try calling Dr. Lefkowitz, who will listen to your concerns and tell if therapy can help and how.
Will I be stuck in therapy forever?
Therapy with Dr. Lefkowitz is goal oriented and designed to help you “graduate” from therapy. Many clients start to see improvements after only a few sessions and after two months you should be able to look back on significant progress.
Where can I find culturally sensitive therapy as a member of the Orthodox Jewish community?
Dr. David Lefkowitz has extensive experience treating clients from all parts of the Orthodox Jewish community. Dr. Lefkowitz is an Orthodox Jew himself and knows the unique needs of the community from his work at Ohel Tikva and running the Family Crisis Intervention Program for Bikkur Cholim.
Dr. Lefkowitz welcomes clients from all backgrounds.
Do you take insurance?
Dr. Lefkowitz is not an in-network insurance provider. He can provide you with the documentation you need to get reimbursed by your insurance company.
What type of therapy do you offer?
Dr. Lefkowitz is an expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which is is the leading research-based form of therapy for anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, and other common mental health problems. In therapy with Dr. Lefkowitz, you will learn practical skills and techniques that will help you function in everyday life, and understand how to cope with negative feelings and emotions. Dr. Lefkowitz’s approach is flexible, and he will choose the methods and techniques that are most effective for your individual situation.
To find out more about how therapy with Dr. David Lefkowitz can help you, get in touch by phone, or fill out the contact form and click send.