Robert M. Isaacs, LCSW., J.D.

Psychotherapy in New York City

Does anxiety prevent you from getting more out of life? Are you struggling with a gay or straight relationship? Do you feel alone, isolated or depressed? Psychotherapy and counseling can help.

I am a psychotherapist in New York City, in private practice for over 25 years, and can help you with a wide range of issues, including:

What is psychotherapy?

Individual psychotherapy is a process that can be short-term, long-term, or goal-oriented (problem-focused).
Psychotherapy (“talk therapy”) is a powerful process between a client and a therapist that increases self-awareness, focuses on problem-solving, and can explore patterns of past and present conflicts depending on the client’s needs.

Issues can include loneliness, depression, anxiety, grief and bereavement, addictions and stress, marital problems, gay or straight relationship conflicts.

Will therapy help me?

Yes, therapy can help you. A confidential and safe setting is provided to you to encourage your growth. As a result of extensive training and nearly 30 years of experience as a therapist, I have found that most clients feel some relief almost immediately as they begin the journey of becoming more aware of themselves. We will work together to evaluate how therapy can help you, and periodically assess our success together.