Relationship Difficulties

Work on your most important relationships, including the one with yourself

Technically, one could say that all therapy is relationship therapy on some level — therapy is relational in that it involves at least two people interacting and working toward one or several goals together.

Studies show that it is the strength of the relationship between patient and therapist that is the most significant agent of change in therapy, beyond any other factor, including theoretical orientation (CBT/DBT/psychodynamic, etc.).

Feeling understood, being validated, and being cared for are necessities for feeling safe, which in turn is critical for personal growth. Many of us have or have had disappointing, problematic, or harmful relationships in our lives, involving our families, partners, friends, or colleagues. Through therapy, we have the opportunity to address these unmet needs.

It’s a trope, but it’s true — the most important relationship we have is the one with ourselves.

Because we are social creatures by nature, we need others, yet we need to be able to show up for ourselves, set boundaries, assert our needs, and value ourselves.

When we are able to do this, our other relationships will work themselves out in their own way, and we will feel more at ease, experiencing less conflict.

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Relational Therapy

Every therapy session is a journey of relational healing between two people.

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Agents of Change

The patient-therapist bond is key to transformative therapy, more than any method.

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Safety First

Feeling safe, understood, and validated is essential for personal growth in therapy.

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Healing Relationships

Address past disappointments and harms from various relationships through therapy.

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Cultivating a healthy relationship with oneself is foundational for overall well-being.

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Expert Guidance

Our therapists specialize in mending relational wounds with openness and empathy.

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Inclusive Support

We meet you where you are, embracing all identities and life experiences without judgment.

Identify and heal your
relational pain points

Our expert therapists will work with you to identify and heal your relational pain points.

We approach life and our work with a spirit of openness and non-judgment. We strive to make you feel comfortable and understood, no matter what identity statuses or lifestyle you subscribe to.

Understanding that life experiences are broad in scope, we’re here to meet you where you are.

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Transcendent Self Therapy


109 North 12th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11249

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Throughout New York