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Together, We Can End Your Chronic Pain

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Not "manage" chronic pain.

Not "cope" with chronic pain.

End chronic pain.

Gay Therapist NYC | Chronic Pain Therapist

I help lgbtqia+ clients use mind-body work to end chronic pain and live lives of freedom.

I know, you’ve been in pain for years.

I know, it feels like your body's broken.

You've tried everything. You've dedicated so much time. You've spent so much money. You've taken extreme measures. You've gotten your hopes up - again and again. Some things have helped a little...for a little while. But the symptoms always return. All the cures, all the doctors, all the diets, all the stuff that works for everyone else, it doesn't work for you. Now, you're beyond desperate. And you're open to trying something different, something new.


Well, the new science is clear: your body's not broken. And we have a mind-body treatment that actually cures chronic pain. I know you don't fully believe it. But it's true. I say this with confidence. Firstly, because I know the science - and secondly, because I’ve experienced mind-body healing in my own body too.


Mind-body medicine's roots can be traced into ancient history, but Dr. John Sarno published his first book on mind-body healing in the 1980s. His work became popular with chronic pain patients as countless people made remarkable recoveries. Numerous practitioners followed in Dr. Sarno's footsteps, adding to and refining his original methods over the decades. Now, there's a whole world of mind-body healing waiting for you. And I can partner with you if you'd like. You can have my full support as you embark on the emotional and psychological journey that will heal your chronic pain and start, or restart, your whole life.

Yes, this actually works. And, yes, that means it’ll work for you - as long as we ensure it's the right treatment for your pain. Here’s the next step: message me to schedule a complimentary consultation so we can assess your pain and determine if you’re a good fit.


All clients in New York State are eligible to be seen via telehealth.

Common Conditions

Let's get you the right diagnosis. Then you'll finally get the right treatment. Most presentations of the following chronic conditions will improve significantly with mind-body treatment, often resolving fully, even after years or decades of suffering. (List credit: Howard Schubiner MD & Hal Greenham BSc)

  • Back Pain, including most Disc Bulges and Degenerative Changes

  • Neck Pain, including most Disc Bulges and Degenerative Changes

  • Other Musculoskeletal Pain (including Hip, Shoulder, Knee Pain)

  • Chronic Headaches

  • Migraines

  • IBS / Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Irritable Bladder Syndrome

  • RSI / Repetitive Strain Injury

  • Tennis Elbow

  • CRPS / Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Many Eczema and Skin Conditions

  • Some Arthritic Conditions

  • Some Endometriosis Presentations

  • RSD / Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

  • Some Interstitial Cystitis Presentations

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Other Medically Unexplained Chronic Pain

  • Other Medically Unexplained Chronic Fatigue


Note: there are many mind-body symptoms and conditions. If you don't see your symptoms listed, that definitely doesn't mean you're excluded. Please feel free to message me with questions about your specific situation.​

You can cure your chronic pain.
I know you don't fully believe it.

But it's true.

The Importance of Identities

We all bring our identities into the therapy space. In order for us to have an authentic connection in our work together, it's important to acknowledge our intersectional identities. I've worked with clients across the wide spectrum of races, cultures, ethnicities, immigration statuses, sexualities, gender identities, relational styles, and religious beliefs. I make space for conversations about identity, privilege, and power in our work together. All are welcome.

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