Dr. Cheryl Wilczak, Founder

I have been a therapist for 15 years in the tri-state area, having received my graduate degrees at NYU and Antioch University. I am a licensed psychologist (CT # 002766). I have worked with pediatric and adult cancer patients and their families at Mount Sinai and St. Barnabas hospitals, as well as police officers following the terrorist attacks on 9/11. My experience includes extensive work with individuals and families in several community mental health clinics, including the Yale Child Study Center. In February 2007, I founded Harbor Bridge and have treated Greenwich-area individuals, couples, and families with a wide range of problems, including marital issues.

I have seen healing in cancer patients, 9/11 survivors, couples in distress, and finance professionals with extreme career stress. We have the capacity to heal even when situations seem to be hopeless or impossible. I can help you heal from trauma that is less dramatic, but still very painful, such as divorce, work stress, or problems with anxiety and depression.

I use therapeutic techniques, such as cognitive behavior therapy and solution-focused therapy that are well-researched and proven to work with a wide range of problems and types of people. These interventions are “client-centered,” where the psychologist’s role is to advise the client and provide each client with a range of choices for treatment.