Counselor / Therapist in New York, NY

Jeffrey Chilton, Ed.D., L.M.H.C.

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Dr. Jeffrey Chilton
All of us struggle with barriers that inhibit our ability to expand in the world of work or relationships, experience vitality and creativity. These barriers are experienced as symptoms, for example: anxiety, depression, anger, dissociation, low mood and low self-esteem, negative thinking, interpersonal difficulties and self-defeating patterns. I have 20 years of clinical experience and a kind, patient and professional demeanor. With incisive, cogent exploration, support and some humor, I can help you come to better terms with and move beyond barriers.
Therapy does not have to be mysterious. I encourage you to ask questions about the process and how therapy can be helpful. Treatment can be brief or longer in duration depending upon the issue and your life situation. Skype sessions are available.
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Divorce  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
 Adolescents  Family Conflict  Online / Phone / Skype Therapy
 Anger Management  Gay or Lesbian Issues  Relationship Issues
 Anxiety and Panic  Grief and Loss  Religious Counseling
 Asperger's Syndrome  Life Transitions  Self Esteem Issues
 Bicultural Difficulties  Loneliness  Seniors and Elder Care Issues
 Body Image Issues  Marriage & Family Therapy  Stress Management
 Caregiver Issues  Marriage Counseling  Trauma and PTSD
 Couples Therapy  Men's Issues  Work and Career Issues
 Doctoral Degree (Ed.D.)
My education includes a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Rutgers University and two years of institute training in psychological theory and process. I have also studied Tibetan Buddhism and practiced various forms of meditation for 20 years.
American Counseling Association
Other Languages
Some Spanish
License:LMHC 000572
265 Canal St., Suite 503
New YorkNY 10013
Additional Location
920 Broadway, Suite 1402
New York,  NY 10010
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