The purpose of this group is to understand and change our emotional patterns that lead to regrettable and/or unhealthy behaviors (withdrawal, lashing out, etc.). Emotion regulation is about managing our emotions in a way that allows us to problem-solve, feel in-control, and communicate in healthy ways.
This is a skills-based group with concepts and interventions that will be taught and applied. Of course, support will happen organically throughout the group, but this group is intended to provide you with the interventions you need to get a handle on your emotions so they don’t handle you.
Please note that this group is completely virtual/online due to COVID-19 precautions.
Dr. Nicole Murray is a Clinical Neuropsychologist offering remote therapy sessions to NY, NJ, or Washington DC-based clients. Many of her clients are dealing with increased frustration, irritability, and/or feel unable to manage their emotions. Some of her clients may have some type of medical issue that affects them cognitively or emotionally. This includes chronic illness, traumatic brain injury, cancer, and/or somatic illness. She also conducts cognitive assessments for a variety of neurological diagnoses (i.e. memory loss, ADHD, and brain injury).
While Dr. Murray tailors her approach based on her client’s needs, she frequently utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and/or Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Her sessions are client-centered, and she incorporates mindfulness practices when appropriate. Her overarching purpose is to help her clients focus on the goals they want to achieve and return to a satisfactory baseline of functioning within a reasonable time frame.
Dr. Murray assists her clients in reclaiming their lives and finding joy again. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She completed her internship and two-year fellowship at Mount Sinai-Icahn School of Medicine specializing in rehabilitation and neuropsychology.