147 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 307, Florham Park, NJ 07932 | 908-219-9008 email@example.com
Depression, Adolescence,Trauma & EMDR, LGBT, Grief & loss, Self-esteem, Relationships, Marriage & Family Counseling, Asian American Counseling & Supervision for LPC Licensure .
Brian Nandy, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
EMDR Level 2, IMAGO & Emotion Focused Relationship Therapy.
Looking for a therapist is one of the most constructive things you will do for yourself in your life. It takes courage to make this bold and honest step towards your personal healing. People come for therapy for many reasons, and they come to therapy at various stages in their lives. At some point in all our lives we all run into problems that seem too big or too persistent for us to handle alone. It is precisely during these times that we need help gaining clarity or distance from our adversities.
It is important to be able to provide psychotherapy and counseling to people from all walks of life in New Jersey. To people with a number of pressing issues and concerns by using a wide range of techniques and diverse approaches in psychotherapy. As a licensed clinical therapist and Master’s Level Psychologist, I have experience, qualification and specialization in several issues or areas of mental health and psychology. As a practitioner in New Jersey, I am committed to providing respectful and dignified psychotherapeutic practice.
FEED YOUR MIND, BODY, HEART AND SPIRIT
To provide compassionate therapy expertly we have to understand that the mind is the source of all good and evil that arises within and befalls us. Our perception and attitude towards living determines our basic mindfulness of life, approach to our SELF and commonness to our family and people who surround us. If one speaks or acts with an evil thought, pain pursues him or her. If one speaks or acts with a pure thought, happiness follows. True wisdom of one’s self-concept and self-image is always young and always within the grasp of an open mind. We are the result of what we have thought and continue to think. The goal of counseling is to respectfully analyze one’s thought and how it influences behavior and the heart. That the hard wiring in our brains construct our perceptual point of view, and why mental, emotional and spiritual healing is difficult. We literally have to question what our senses tell us before we can begin to heal.
Emotions are colorful, dramatic and succulent. They can guide for survival, or be destructive and painful. The aim of psychotherapy is to understand these feelings and signals. To become comfortable with emotions that we have ignored, denied, suppressed or do not recognize. To consider what the heart may be saying and how it can be helpful. To consider choices and possibilities and how to respond to them. Learn to handle loneliness, anger, hate, guilt, sadness, fear, anxiety, shame, humiliation, envy, pain, and violence. Learn to increase satisfaction in your relationships. Reduce the pressures and stresses in your life. Find relief and enjoy inner-peace, autonomy, confidence, intimacy, dignity, passion, and wisdom. Become authentic and better engaged with others. Increasing your tolerance, compassion and a better interpretation of what-is.
Life is about relationships. It is about connections to that which is outside of us and that which is in us. It is about the relationship with ourselves, each other, and the world. When relationships are good, we feel good; when they are bad, we feel bad. When we live in love, there is a positive sense of purpose in our relationships to our families, romantic partners, our colleagues and work, our neighbors and society. By developing spiritual intelligence, our sense of compassion develops and it helps us be more caring of our feelings and of those around us. Understanding our own energy helps us to be better partners, parents, and coworkers; and the ability to embrace complicated life experiences, and handle what we don’t like.
Serving in the capacity of individual, couples and family counseling with teens and adults, my experience includes helping people with problems like depression, low self-esteem, addictions, life stresses, family problems, loss, grief and bereavement and anxiety. I have a focus on sexual minorities: gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues; post-traumatic stress disorder, relationship therapy and refugees.
With a psychotherapy and counseling office in FLORHAM PARK, I am easily accessible from most of northern, south and central New Jersey.