Steve Becker, LCSW
As a psychotherapist and Life Coach,
I work from several premises—first, with “good perspective,” we tend to suffer less, feel calmer, more grounded. Conversely, when we’ve “lost perspective,” we tend to feel more stressed, anxious, depressed and despair. So, I work with clients to restore and establish “good perspective,” when indicated.
I’m a big believer that to be human is to be vulnerable, with insecurities and anxieties—therefore, paradoxically, the most well-adjusted individuals are those most in touch, and comfortable, with their vulnerability. And the most secure individuals, paradoxically, are those walking around least ashamed of, and most comfortable with, their insecurities and anxieties (even while they may be striving to lessen them).
When I work with you individually, as a couple, or with your family, it’s my privilege to join you in a collaborative commitment to improve the emotional and psychological quality of your life.
My style is informal, warm, engaging, interactive, with flexibility in my clinical approach. Humor is welcome in my office.