Ariel Axelrod, LMHC

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You might seek out therapy because you feel something is off or wrong or just plain missing. Perhaps you have noticed that something isn’t quite working, and you don’t know how to solve for it.

Therapy is a chance to piece together a coherent sense of past, present, and future; body and mind; self and others. The clinical space is a place to talk, interact, and feel one’s way through experiences that defy neat and tidy definition.

Sometimes the problems that lead us to seek therapy are not as clear-cut as what sends us to a medical specialist. If you are struggling with your relationship with yourself, others, or the world around you, I can help you achieve your goals.

Compassion and openmindedness comprise the foundation of all therapeutic work. My practice is open to people of all nationalities, ethnicities, genders, and orientations, and I welcome you to reach out if you have any questions.