BUFFALO, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 27, 2021 / Dr. Alexis Schottenstein, Ph.D., a psychologist with over twenty-five years of professional experience in family and marriage therapy, has recently been highlighted in two prominent online interview publications. IdeaMensch - a platform for entrepreneurs and industry leaders, and Thrive Global - a technology-based media company.
Throughout the interviews, Dr. Alexis Schottenstein discusses her reasons for becoming a psychologist, and when asked about her area of specialization states:
"I have always been highly motivated to help people overcome their challenges, and I have always been fascinated by the power and complexity of the mind - especially when it comes to achieving positive transformation. These interests and inspirations led me to become a psychologist, with a specialization in marriage and family therapy."
She further claims that having the opportunity to witness tremendous and profound growth in her clients is a highly-rewarding experience.
When asked to provide advice for those looking to enter the profession, she claims that it is important to remain grounded and for individuals to detach themselves from their work.
"Many people who are drawn to working as a therapist are deeply committed to helping others. But their compassion can sometimes be overwhelming, and they can feel personally responsible if their clients do not make significant progress. And so, I would advise emerging therapists not to take things too personally... They have to accept that sometimes their clients may not be ready to move forward at the current time."
Dr. Schottenstein additionally provides insight into her daily life, discusses how to stay productive, and highlights how to maintain a work life balance.
About Alexis Schottenstein
Alexis Schottenstein is a New York-based psychologist specializing in family and marriage therapy. With over twenty-five years of professional experience in the industry, she believes that each person has the innate ability to heal and transform. Demonstrating a high degree of discretion and confidentiality, she helps provide the tools and resources needed to cultivate positive and lasting change.
While not working, she enjoys traveling and camping with family and friends, and making time for her husband and daughter.
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