Anger Management Anger is a normal and healthy emotion, but sometimes it can become overwhelming and turn into an anger management problem. People develop anger management problems for different reasons. Sometimes it is because their mother or father had an…
Everyone has stress in their lives. Stress is a normal part of living, especially in New York City, but at certain times in your life, stress can take a toll on your health, well being and your general success. Dr.…
Therapy for Depression Depression is very common--nearly 30 million Americans suffer from depression. Typically someone who has depression will report sadness, pessimism, feelings of worthlessness, low energy and a lack of pleasure in daily life. There are several different types…
Therapy for Anxiety Anxiety Disorders are very common in America. Dr. Chloe sees many people who have a variety of different types of anxiety including generalized anxiety disorders, social anxiety, panic disorders, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorders. The symptoms for each…
Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD teaches the nine most popular cognitive-behavioral techniques for managing anxiety at her practice on Park Avenue in New York City. These thought and emotion management techniques help you to reduce anxiety related to issues like perfectionism,…
Therapy for Self Esteem When used in a psychological context the term self-esteem refers to an individual’s overarching sense of self-worth or simply how they value themselves. Self esteem involves a combination of beliefs about oneself, including emotions, behavior and…
Online Group Meets every Thursday in May! Many of you have asked for an online anxiety support group, and we have been listening! Thank you to everyone who completed surveys to suggest what days and times are best. We are still…
Therapy and Coaching for Singles Dr. Chloe has worked successfully with single men and women who are searching for a partner. Common issues include struggling with a breakup, trying to begin dating more, or learning how to set boundaries. These…
What Happens in Therapy? The decision to see a therapist is a very personal one. People realize that therapy can involve looking closely at yourself, your situation and the people around you. For some people, this can be very difficult…
We all love the fast pace and excitement of New York. In this always-on New York life, we often do not take the time we need to take care of ourselves. For many people, the fast pace of New York and stress of different aspects of our lives (careers, bosses, clients, financial crises, children, spouses and parents) can start to add up and cause real stress. This can lead to anxiety, depression and other painful challenges. Dr. Chloe has helped New Yorkers successfully understand and master the ways in which the many currents of their lives interact and affect their emotional health. In addition to working on problems like depression or anxiety, many people use therapy effectively to:
• Get to know themselves better
• Set and achieve personal or professional goals
• Get in touch with emotions, learn how to express emotions, or learn how to manage emotions
• Better understand how your past is affecting your present.
Dr. Chloe partners with you to find solutions through psychotherapy. This can be achieved in a variety of ways. Dr. Carmichael customizes therapy to best suit each of her clients by drawing from a variety of techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness Meditation. Using these modalities, she enables her clients to find the best path to healing and growth in their lives. To learn more, view the What Happens in Therapy and Coaching pages.
Dr. Chloe Carmichael is featured in Your Beauty’s article, “5 Things Not to Stress About Over the Holidays.”
5 Ways to Beat Social Anxiety in Business Meetings Feelings of anxiety manifest themselves in many different ways and in a variety of situations, one of which is in the workplace. Anxiety in business meetings [ + ]
I recently held a goal attainment webinar for the professional women’s network Ellevate. You can watch it here. Have you ever vouched to do something — whether it’s as small as crossing an item off your weekend [ + ]
Dr. Chloe Carmichael is featured in the Boland Group’s One212 article, How To Alleviate Seller’s Anxiety.
A Surefire Way to Avoid Catching a Cold Ever tried watching a video of a roller coaster from the front seat? Even though you’re watching remotely, your stomach “drops” as if you were actually there. [ + ]
How to Boost Your Chances of Finding The One Tired of being the bridesmaid and not the bride? If you know you want a relationship that leads to marriage and you want to find it in [ + ]
A Simple Trick to Let Go of Tension at the Office Ever felt unfairly passed over for a promotion? Snubbed by a co-worker? Let down in a group project? While the office is full of opportunities [ + ]
“Why am I still single?” It’s a question I hear a lot in my practice. As a clinical psychologist in New York City, I work with many successful clients — while they’re really good at [ + ]
Tackle Your Career Options Head On Have you been secretly daydreaming about going to graduate school? Or wondering if your boss sees you as a good candidate for a position slightly ahead of yours? Make 2015 [ + ]
7 Things to Let Go of Before the New Year What if you had made that one career move you’ve always wondered about? Spoken up more at last week’s meeting? Been less critical on that [ + ]
Dr. Chloe Carmichael is interviewed by Diabolique Magazine Diabolique Hypnotique: The “Trance” Experience.
Is Your Professional Image Stuck in 2009? Frequently, I find that some of my clients feel guilty at the thought of making making purchases to revise their wardrobe. They’ll hold on to the same look [ + ]
Valentine’s Day may seem like a sweet holiday, but whether you’re single or taken, it can quickly turn sour if you have the wrong attitude. This week I shared several tips on Anxiety.org to combat specific anxieties [ + ]
Want a Relationship That Leads to Marriage? Own It! As I mentioned in my recent post on the surprising benefits of dating more, many of my female clients want to share their wish for partnership [ + ]
The One Great Benefit of Dating More and Often Disclaimer: This post only applies to people whose true wish is actually a committed relationship leading to marriage — and within that group, specifically heterosexual women. In heterosexual [ + ]
On Tuesday, I was saddened and horrified to learn about the execution of James Foley by ISIS. I have to admit that my horror was so profound that it has caused me to avoid basic [ + ]
Recently I had the wonderful experience of being able to combine two of my passions: psychology and yoga. I was really thankful to have the opportunity to blend my training as a yoga teacher with [ + ]
Yoga: The Secret Workout of Highly Successful People. What do LeBron James, Ariana Huffington, and Gwyneth Paltrow all have in common? They’ve dreamed, believed, and achieved, and they all practice something that I’m certain has [ + ]