Posts Categorized: Union Square Practice

Afraid of Flying?

Learn How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Help You Manage Those Flying Phobias. As a clinical psychologist, I help people manage fears, or phobias, that interfere with life.  Many people are afraid of flying but are able to overcome these fears with help.  Below are fictional “dear diary” stories to illustrate how many people feel when… Read more »

Cura Personalis

Recently at Union Square Practice, our Co-Founder and Dir. of Psychology, Dr. Jonathan Fader with Michelle Freedland, one of our psychiatric nurse practitioners, sat down and spoke freely about what is used to guide her way of approaching therapy and working with clients. Michelle Freedland—MF Jonathan Fader—JF

Welcoming David Pearl

We’re excited to announce that David Pearl, LCSW has joined the Union Square Practice team. As a therapist, David brings two new areas of expertise to the practice: Imago Relationship Couples Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Union Square Practice Welcomes Two New Clinicians

Union Square Practice is thrilled to announce two new clinicians to our practice! Tom Kearns, LMSW,  is a therapist who works extensively with professionals, athletes and fathers to manage struggles such as anxiety, depression, parental problems and work-related stress.  His main objective is to improve people’s professional and personal lives through self-awareness.  He has worked… Read more »

USP Monthly Holiday Reading Roundup!

  Here, our staff and clinicians’ monthly picks for the best articles from around the web on psychology, psychiatry, and mental health this– from architecture’s therapeutic effects to becoming more charismatic: -New research suggests architecture may have the same effect on the brain as meditation. -A successful writer uses his own experience to explore why… Read more »