Chaya Weinstein New York, New York
Life Coach, Retirement Coach, ADD ADHD Coach
PhD, Occupational Therapist, New York University
I hold a doctorate in psychiatric occupational therapy from New York University, and trained as an Integral Coach through New Ventures West. I have over 30 years of experience providing occupational therapy and coaching in mental health, holistic centers, senior centers and assisted living.
Together, we will explore what you find meaningful and enriching in your life, assess your personal strengths, clarify your goals, design realistic action steps, and review your progress and achievements. I provide guidance, hands-on assistance and support to help you build improved problem-solving, decision making and confidence.
Examples of the type of activities and achievements my clients have experienced include:
Setting goals and determining priorities
Applying to/succeeding in school
Exploring creative activities
Navigating medical systems
Decluttering one's home
Dealing with transitions, such as adulthood and aging
Learning basic budgeting
Finding support groups
Reframing negative beliefs
Learning meditation and relaxation techniques
The work we do together sows the seeds for finding your own unique direction, and a more compassionate and integrated sense of self.
5 reviews (1 verified) (5.0)
Very positive 1st phone consult. We built a good report. Not sure about having to go to NYC for 1st paid assessment though.Marc
"Dr. Weinstein's insight, creativity and compassion provide the backbone of her practice."Charlie, Teacher, New York, New York
"Because she works so creatively, I have been able to be much more creative with my own thoughts and have found new ways to go about working as an artist."Marjorie, Dancer, New York, New York
"Dr. Weinstein is an extremely perceptive listener who is able to identify the crux of a problem and help generate appropriate solutions."Jackie, Administrative Assistant, New York, New York
"Reviewing a written TO DO List and revising it weekly helped me to recognize the completed tasks which I tend to minimize. It was encouraging to watch the tasks go from Priority level C to B to A and disappear. My list of ongoing activities helped me to feel a sense of accomplishment."Judy, Registered Nurse, New York, New York