Arianna Eisenberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Be.WELL. Psychotherapy in Midtown Manhattan. She works primarily with college age, young adult, and professional women as they navigate the ups and downs of starting a new relationship, going through a divorce, leaving a job, and entering or re-entering the working world.
Many of Arianna’s clients come in when moments of transition become overwhelming, contributing to feelings of anxiety, depression, stress, and self-doubt. She takes special care to examine the key relationships between self and others, and especially enjoys working with couples to heal conflict and strengthen loving bonds.
Arianna takes a primarily insight-oriented approach, looking at how early experiences contribute to the formation of identity and emotional patterns. She works with clients to explore underlying triggers while also reframing difficult thoughts and finding solutions to specific challenges. She uses an engaging and collaborative style to teach coping strategies, including mindfulness practices.
Arianna is passionate about helping clients dig deep into the root of what is really going on and what they want out of life. She welcomes new clients to her office, conveniently located near the 33rd Street subway station.