Midtown Marriage and Family Therapy, PC, is located on Madison Avenue in Midtown, NYC.
We are a group practice of systemically and relationally trained Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) and MFTs in training, working with adult individuals and couples struggling in relationships and in life in general.
Our approach is humanistic and experiential and tends to the minds, bodies, and souls of our clients. As systemically trained therapists, we understand deeply the unconscious recreation of family of origin patterns in the adult relationship. We guide individuals along their journey toward healing, reuniting/ reconnecting them with their authentic beings. For couples we shed light on the unconscious recreation of early attachments and help couples detach from getting their childhood wounds met from their partner and help them create healthy, mutual relationships.
Our mission is for our clients to end the generational hurtful attachment patterns they were brought into, that they unconsciously repeat in adult relationships, so they experience healthy, fulfilling committed mutual relationships.
At times we all need extra support and help with overcoming difficulties. At Midtown MFT we offer professional, skilled psychotherapy to address the challenges that life brings.
If you notice yourself in the same repeating negative patterns, unable to achieve the goals you set for yourself, in relationships that don’t seem to work out, unable to recover and move on from past trauma, or just feeling lonely, depressed, anxious, or angry, we can help you gain clarity and a direction for growth.
Psychotherapy is a process of guided self-exploration and discovery that happens within the relationship between client and therapist. We work with clients to move through defense structures and into self-expression for the purpose of healing their suffering. Many of us no longer need the walls we built to protect ourselves but would never risk taking them down alone.
Clients seek our services for the following:
- Anger and Stress
- Healing from childhood abuse
- Shame, guilt, and low self-esteem
- Hurtful relational patterns
- Personal growth challenges
- Adjustment and life transition difficulty
- Dissatisfaction with life
- Family of origin struggles
- Feeling alone in a relationship
- Putting others’ needs before one’s own
- Loss and grief