Jeff received his Masters of Social Work from Silberman School of Social Work at
Hunter College. He has worked in the field of addiction with recovering people for more than 15 years, and understands how self-soothing behaviors can sometimes become destructive and difficult habits to break.
He is an anti-racist, body-positive, sex-positive clinician whose goal is to create and promote meaningful, nonjudgmental and compassionate relationships with his clients.
As a gay-identified man having lived through the AIDS crisis and been a member of the LGBTQ community in New York City his entire adult life, Jeff has extensive firsthand knowledge and experience of the pressures - social, psychological, and emotional, which are often placed on members of the LGBTQ community.
He identifies the importance of, and is personally committed to fostering client therapist relationships sensitive to racial and cultural diversity, including trans, gender expansive, and non-binary people.