Deborah BritzmanPsychoanalyst and Distingiushed Research Professor
(416) 705-1024 (phone)
I hold a small private practice in psycho-dynamic therapy. My approach is to understand the life of those who wish for greater understanding of the self and others in their lives.
In addition, I am a Professor at York University in the Faculty of Education. Many people are interested in learning more about their own education and what it can mean for today.
I am available for short and long term therapy. I think you must come as you are and that is where the work begins. My special interests are with writing blocks and creative inhibitions, difficulties with understanding or making new life decisions, academic progress, work related tensions, and in getting to know more about oneself.
I offer both psycho-dynamic therapy and psychoanalytic treatment.
Approaches and TechniquesPsychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
FocusAnxiety, Authenticity, Career and Work, Creative Expression, Depression, Existential, General, Identity, LGBT-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender, Relationships, Sexual Identity, Uncertainty, and Worry
Age SpecialtyYouth (20 - 25), Adults, and Elders
Session FormatPrivate Sessions and Skype Sessions