Cory Hloska

Cory believes that no client is ever the same nor should every therapist-client relationship. Clients deserve a therapist that tailors their sessions to facilitate growth. He leverages an eclectic approach focusing on psychodynamic, interpersonal and relational theories along with influences of cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. Therapy with Cory is insight-oriented, understanding and explores one’s past. It often helps make meaning to current patterns one sees in the present. Cory is not a blank slate, he is dynamic and believes therapy should be fun and experiential; a safe place to try new ways of thinking. Cory is experienced in working with children and adults of all ages in both individual and group therapy settings. Cory has a particular interest in depression and bipolar, career challenges, grief/loss, LGBTQ issues, barriers to intimacy, and parent-adult child relationships

He leverages an eclectic approach focusing on psychodynamic, interpersonal and relational theories along with influences of cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. Therapy with Cory is insight-oriented, understanding and explores one’s past. It often helps make meaning to current patterns one sees in the present. Cory is not a blank slate, he is dynamic and believes therapy should be fun and experiential; a safe place to try new ways of thinking. Cory is experienced in working with children and adults of all ages in both individual and group therapy settings. Cory has a particular interest in depression and bipolar, career challenges, grief/loss, LGBTQ issues, barriers to intimacy, and parent-adult child relationships

Cory is not a blank slate, he is dynamic and believes therapy should be fun and experiential; a safe place to try new ways of thinking. Cory is experienced in working with children and adults of all ages in both individual and group therapy settings. Cory has a particular interest in depression and bipolar, career challenges, grief/loss, LGBTQ issues, barriers to intimacy, and parent-adult child relationships

To schedule an appointment with Cory, contact us at (646) 661-3840 or send us a message!