Andrew Hartz earned a doctorate and master’s degree in clinical psychology at Long Island University. He received training from Columbia Medical Center, Mount Sinai Hospital, and the William Alanson White Institute. He specializes in helping younger and older adults address issues ranging from: relationship/emotional problems, to finding direction in their lives, to professional/academic difficulties. Using a collaborative approach, he works to help patients find meaningful healing that lasts. Many may be surprised that it really is possible to feel better and improve their lives in ways that increase their sense of calmness, centeredness, vitality, and authenticity. These are priceless changes that can enrich one’s life for decades. An attuned, insightful therapist can help you through this transformative journey.