Laura Goldstein has been in the field since 1996, helping people using an integrative mind-body approach to suit their own needs and growth. As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, her treatment approach is to provide you with support through mindfulness, insight, and cutting-edge mind-body therapeutic approaches to help you address current challenges and long-standing issues.
About Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a therapeutic approach developed by Richard C. Schwartz in the 1980s. It views a person as having multiple internal parts or sub-personalities, each with its own unique characteristics and motivations. The goal of IFS therapy is to help individuals identify and understand these internal parts, and to create a harmonious relationship among them. This process involves uncovering and healing past traumas and emotional wounds, leading to increased self-awareness, self-acceptance, and emotional regulation.
• Internal Family Systems Therapist (IFS)
• In professional practice assisting Families, Couples, and Individuals Since 1996
• IFS Level 1 2014
Intimacy From the Inside Out Level 1 2017
Intimacy From the Inside Out Advanced Training 2018
• Training at Kripalu 2013 Trauma, Body and Brain with Bessel Van der Kolk
• Family and Couples Therapist Trained at The Ackerman Institute for the Family, NYC
• Masters Degree in Social Work from Hunter College, NYC
• Licensed Clinical Social Worker
• Clinical Member of the National Association of Social Workers
• B.A. Psychology, Denison University, Ohio
• Lover of nature, my family and friends, music, and yoga