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91 East Avenue
Norwalk CT 06851
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Psychotherapy services in Norwalk CT provided by Tai Pimputkar, LCSW.  Offering Psychodynamic Talk Therapy, EMDR Therapy, IFS Therapy, and Sand Tray Therapy.  Adults, Adolescents, Couples Counseling, Families.  Specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma symptoms, couples and relationship issues.  Trauma informed and LGBT friendly therapy.

Serving clients in Fairfield County Connecticut, and the towns of Norwalk, Westport, Wilton, Fairfield, Darien, New Canaan, Stamford, Milford, Stratford, Greenwich, Southport, Weston, Easton, RIdgefield, and surrounding areas.

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Approaching Relationships Without Preconceived Agenda

Tai Pimputkar

One of the biggest things that can derail a relationship is having an agenda, storyline, or "goal" for a relationship.  This can cause us to abandon any initially-noble intension we may have had about being open-hearted in favor of pushing our wants, needs, or fears on another person or on the relationship in itself. 

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Healing from Trauma with the Help of Others

Tai Pimputkar

For those who suffer from PTSD / Trauma symptoms, it is often instinct to avoid deep relationships as they feel unsafe or threatening.  Yet, valuable healing may be found within relationships for those who have suffered traumatic experiences.  

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Reasons Sand Tray Therapy is highly effective for all ages (even adults)

Tai Pimputkar

Sand Tray therapy is has its roots in Jungian philosophy, and seeks to work with universal feelings, questions, and archetypes.  While we all know that play therapy is for kids, I am of the belief that it is a highly effective healing modality for adults, adolescents, and even couples.  Here are the top reasons why Sand Tray Therapy is for everyone.

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Get the most out of therapy

Tai Pimputkar

 I wrote an article, published on Goodtherapy.org, in which I talk about the five things people can do to get more out of their counseling experience.  These include:

  1. Be Authentic 
  2. Teach your therapist about yourself
  3. You are okay as you are
  4. Discuss your beliefs
  5. Disagree with your therapist? Speak up
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Couples: Avoid this pitfall when fighting with your partner

Tai Pimputkar

Alright couples, this blog post is about fighting fairly.  All couples have disagreements.  Learn how to argue with a loved one without escalating the situation.

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Just Be. Using Mindfulness to feel better.

Tai Pimputkar

Do you equate being busy with being productive?  Or being productive with being valuable as a human being?  Well, guess what.  Your tendency to keep "doing" may prevent you from "being."  And by that, I mean that being busy may be detracting from your overall sense of wellbeing and contentment.  Through the act of mindfulness, you can learn to slow down, experience more, and feel better.  Read the article I just published on Good Therapy's website to learn more about the importance of taking time to just be yourself.

Click here to read the full article on Good Therapy's website.

Working with negative self-thoughts

Tai Pimputkar

Learn to work with your own negative thought patterns and start feeling better.  We take in messages from the outside world about our own worth, and we internalize confused and toxic message that don't belong to us.  Have you ever told yourself you're unlovable, toxic, or not smart enough?  You don't have to waste energy and internalize stress due to beliefs that were never truly your own.

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