Therapy for Managers and Executives
ACHIEVE YOUR CAREER GOALS
DR. MATTHEW PALDY
IMPROVE YOUR SELF FOR GREATER SUCCESS
Improve Your Performance and Advance Your Career.

Therapy builds emotional intelligence, and those with high emotional intelligence and self-knowledge are better able to build strong, positive relationships with their teams and stakeholders. I can help you overcome roadblocks to your career. In addition to being a New York State Licensed Psychoanalyst I have a Ph.D. in Management and Organizational Behavior, extensive knowledge of leadership development, have consulted for firms including Chase, CIBC World Markets, Simon & Schuster, Dow Jones, Credit Suisse, Kaplan TestPrep, and The College Board, and developed the Critical Thinking Program for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. I can help you to perform your best and acheive your career goals.

NAVIGATE CHALLENGES WITH CONFIDENCE AND RESILIENCE
The More You Understand Yourself the More Successful You’ll Be.

Whether you're a CEO, COO, CFO, or are making your way up the organizational ladder, you can benefit from psychotherapy. You may struggle to balance the pressures of your working environment while also finding time for your personal life, or you may want better ways to navigate conflicts and motivate team members. I can help you identify and manage your points of difficulty and enable you to achieve more professional and personal success.

MAXIMIZE YOUR SUCCESS BY PRIORITIZING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
Work Relationships Will Make or Break Your Success.

Therapy builds self-knowledge, enables you to forge strong relationships with coworkers and clients, and helps you achieve your career goals. Therapy is superior to executive and life coaching because it helps you deeply understand yourself. You can improve your interpersonal effectiveness, reduce your own stress and anger, and better manage workplace issues.

UNLOCK YOUR FULL POTENTIAL AS A LEADER WITH PSYCHOTHERAPY
It's Critical to Understand Interpersonal Dynamics.

There are always unconscious factors at play in our interactions with others that originate from our life experiences, usually during our formative years of childhood and adolescence. These play out in every meeting, every conference call, every negotiation. Effective organizational leaders know themselves and fully understand their own strengths and weaknesses.

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