Mitchell Milch, LCSW

Mitchell Milch View Specialties

  • Psychotherapist/Couples Counselor
  • 216 Dayton Street, 2nd Floor, Buzzer #1, Ridgewood, New Jersey, 07450
  • Phone: 2016476607
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  • Session Fees: Insurance and self pay arrangements are tailored to the indivdual needs of the patients and/or couple
  • www.healthymindsets.com
  • This member is also available for online counseling.
  • Online-counseling methods: Webcam



I have 25 years of experience helping patients. My treatment specialties include: Stress & Anger Management, Life Transitions; Divorce, Couples Counseling, Personality Disorders, Performance Enhancement Counseling, Addictions, Mood Disorders, Trauma Treatment, and Parenting Education.

I earned a certificate in psychoanalysis. I blog for goodtherapy.org on performance enhancement. In February of 2016 I published my memoir. It is a finalist for The Beverly Hills Book Awards for books on personal growth. Previously I taught at colleges. Please visit my website at www.healthymindsets.com.

 Psychotherapy is the process by which we learn from our therapeutic allies how to organize, coordinate and harness our internal and external resources to master challenges of daily living. It is my commitment to my patients to assist them to develop best practices to improve their mental efficiency and energy levels. Mindfulness is the linchpin for developing a growth mindset.
 
A growth mindset is inextricably tied to making our relationships to the many sides of ourselves, labors of love. Mindfulness by any other name puts the pens in our hands to write personalized narratives of success. A safe, secure, and empowering therapeutic alliance is an environment where we can grow beyond artificial limitations imposed on the expression of our creative potential.
 
You might say that “good enough” therapeutic alliances support our reinvention as effective quarterbacks, CEO’s, and benevolent parents to the many sides of ourselves. It’s all about training our mindful muscles to develop habits of success: Discipline, playful problem solving, humility and a sense of humor, patience, and perseverance. Love is an action verb and we don’t learn how to love ourselves in isolation. We all need people who lead by example to encourage and guide us to achieve optimal wellness. This is my role and my promise to my patients.


Articles Of Potential Interest 
Shining Moment: How Mindfulness Sets The Stage For High Performance 
 Worried To Distraction:Habits That Inhibit Performance
Habits That Help: Setting Yourself Up With Habits of Self-Care
The Keys To Turning Domestic Conflicts Into Win-Win Situations 
 Retirement Would Be A Cinch If I Didn't Have To Stop Working
 You Don't Lose Weight On A Diet Of Emotional Deprivation
Don't Let The Fear Of Screwing Up Your Kids Screw You Up As a Parent 
 


Mitchell Milch Reaches

Ridgewood NJ