Individual Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis, Couples Counseling, and Marriage Counseling
Appointments in New York City and Cambridge, MA
I see patients in both New York City and Cambridge, MA. I am in my Cambridge office (32 Hawthorn Street) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Friday afternoons, and in my New York City office (10 West 74th Street) Wednesdays, Thursdays and early Friday mornings of each week. In Cambridge my office is four blocks from Harvard Square and two blocks from Lesley University. In New York City my office is on the Upper West Side at 74th and Central Park West.
I have 35 years of experience doing therapy with individuals and couples, specializing in Relational and Solution Based Therapy. Infidelity and Autusm (formally Asperger's syndrome) are among my specializations. I teach professionals in training institutes in Boston and New York City. Below are links to specialty areas:
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Couples Counseling:Cambridge Couples Works
- Marriage Counseling: Cambridge Couples Works
I use an interactive approach offering feedback about where you, or your relationship could benefit from change and provide you with tools to do the necessary work. I aim to create a relaxed and safe space to focus on three main areas of work: helping individuals and couples feel better and cope with painful situations; helping to understand why difficulties keep repeating, despite successes in other areas; going beyond understanding and insight to learn how to make effective changes to improve your life and relationship.
I work with people from wide ranging academic, and professional fields throughout the Boston and New York City areas. If you have any questions, please call to discuss whether making an appointment seems appropriate for you. Regardless of what types of therapy you have tried before, or how long you have waited to begin therapy, it is my firm belief that change can occur at any stage in our lives, careers or relationships.
Bio: Holly Levenkron, LICSW, LCSW, received her advanced training in psychoanalysis at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in NYC where she is a faculty member and supervisor and Director of the Psychoanalytic Training Program. Among other subjects, she had been teaching contemporary theory for over 25 years in NYC and since 2004 at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis as well. She has published in Psychoanalytic Inquiry and Contemporary Psychoanalysis and has presented at numerous conferences and venues both nationally and internationally. She maintains a private practice in Cambridge, MA and in New York City where she sees adults, and couples.