Tracy K. Ross

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Availability: Available Openings
License: Clinical Social Worker
Address: 230 West 13th Street Suite F
New York
New York
10011
United States
Best Way of Reaching Me: Phone or Email is Fine
The reason I chose to specialize in marriage and couples counseling is….:

Seeing people who are in unhappy marriages working so hard yet trying the wrong things made me more committed than ever to giving them the tools and insights that really work to produce happier more harmonious relationships. By more harmonious, I include knowing how to fight well and recover from breakdowns as well as how to be close and connected and enjoy the best parts of a relationship.

What you most enjoy about working with couples is….:

I truly feel it is a privilege to be allowed into the most intimate aspects of couples' lives. It is a gift to help couples reclaim their relationships. I enjoy the privilege of being allowed in and facilitating change. It is incredibly fulfilling to know that I've helped couples and families either build strong relationships, or resolve to move on in a healthy way.

Are there kinds of couples or issues that you work with a lot?:

My couples are often people who have strong relationships but need help breaking patterns that send them down a rabbit hole. They are couples who love eachother but end up in the same hurtful arguments. Even loving relationships can get to a place of despair where arguments are recycled, bringing out the worst in both partners, leaving both wondering how things got so bad so fast. This results in feeling: - blindsided, trapped in a negative cycle, upset about the effect of fights on the kids, distant from their partners, loneliness, barriers to emotional and sexual intimacy, resulting in neither person getting their needs met.

What are the steps to becoming a client in my practice?:

Step 1 - contact me by phone or email
Step 2 - complimentary phone consult
Step 3 - in-person or skype discovery session

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