• “In our response lies our growth and freedom.”
    – Viktor Frankl

    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf."

    - Jon Kabat-Zinn

    Life can cause suffering and pain, along with great joy. Individuals experience various, complicated life events, and therapy can help them process and relate to their emotions and struggles by “surfing the waves” as opposed to feeling crushed by them. Feelings, thoughts, and life itself, ebb and flow, and by relating to and accepting the fluctuating nature of life, individuals can come to feel a profound sense of freedom.

    About Miriam Weinberg

    Dr. Weinberg is a clinical psychologist who has extensive experience in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Dr. Weinberg attended Barnard College in NYC for undergraduate work and obtained her Psy.D. from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology in Bronx, NY. She had her DBT Intensive training with Behavior Tech, LLC (the company that teaches DBT), and completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Turn the Mind, DBT, a fully adherent DBT outpatient program. Dr. Weinberg helps patients explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors contributing toward psychological struggles in their lives. She focuses on teaching emotional regulation, adaptive problem solving, interpersonal effectiveness, and cognitive coping skills to teenagers, adults, and families. Over and above treatment modality, Dr. Weinberg prioritizes creating a collaborative, warm, and non-judgmental environment where patients can explore themselves in order to meet their unique goals.

    Dr. Weinberg is a licensed psychologist in NY (024093-01) and in PA (PS019194).