Psychotherapy Stamford Connecticut | Glenn Wolff, LCSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over a decade of experience providing psychotherapy and counseling to children, teens, adults, men in transition and families, in an empathic, safe, and supportive setting. I am a graduate of New York University School of Social Work. My postgraduate training in adolescent and adult psychotherapy was at The Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Rye, New York.
My training and experience cover a wide range of areas including depression, anxiety, stress, difficulty with interpersonal relationships, divorce, transition, self-esteem, trauma, grief and loss. My treatment approach is eclectic, using a combination of insight-oriented, family systems, and cognitive-behavioral therapies.
I have a special interest and expertise in the treatment of adolescents and young adults, helping them to navigate the often unpredictable and sometimes painful process of growing up. A teenager must confront the myriad and simultaneous changes in his/her body, and the changes in his/her academic and social worlds. These changes may contribute to depression, anxiety, and high-risk behaviors, including alcohol and substance abuse, and unsafe sex practices. Goals for the adolescent include having a safe place to express his/her feelings and thoughts, learning positive coping and social skills, and improving relationships with parents, friends, and other significant individuals in his/her life.
My Philosophy: I like to think of the time and space I share with my patients as sacred. I believe that the essence of change lies within the helping relationship between my patient and me. Indeed, the therapy with my patient is a collaborative effort. For many people, the first step in managing life changes and stressors is finding a therapist to help navigate a path toward happiness and emotional well-being. I look forward to accompanying you on this journey.
My training and experience cover a wide range of areas including depression, anxiety, stress, difficulty with interpersonal relationships, divorce, self-esteem, trauma, grief and loss. My treatment approach is eclectic, using a combination of insight-oriented, family systems, and cognitive-behavioral therapies.
My professional affiliations include:
- American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work
- American Group Psychotherapy Association
- Connecticut Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology
- Fairfield County Group Psychotherapy Association
- National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
- Psychoanalytic Association of The Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
- Westchester Group Psychotherapy Society
Please feel free to contact me for a complimentary phone consultation to discuss your concerns and determine if working together will be helpful for you.