Welcome

Annie Abram, PhD is a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist, and holds a PhD in clinical social work, with a practice in Norwalk, CT. She has over 25 years of clinical experience in treating depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and parenting concerns. She works with parents and grand parents of children of all ages. Dr. Abram sees adolescents, adults and couples including those who are in non-traditional families.

Nothing is more important and comforting than feeling understood. I provide support in helping you to understand those concerns that brought you to therapy. No concern is too big or too small to explore. I welcome all feelings without judgement.

Whether you feel overwhelmed with life or have feelings, thoughts and behavior patterns that get in your way of living the life you want, we will collaborate to help you achieve your goals. Together we can develop new approaches to work on your concerns and self-doubts. It’s important for you to feel comfortable with your choice of therapist.

Please call (203 299 0478) or email me at (drannabram@gmail.com) for an individual, couples or family therapy consultation.

This Week on the “Relationships Matter” Talk Radio:

Listen to www.blogtalkradio.com/drannieabram internet radio with Annie Abram PhD.
Current “Relationships Matter” radio show:
June is LGBTQ Pride Month.

Despite the popular images of wealthy LGB celebrities, many queer and trans* people are low-income. Employment discrimination, lack of health insurance, homelessness, and other factors make LGBT people particularly vulnerable to the impact of economic inequality. Gay and lesbian families (especially the latter) are significantly more likely to be living below the poverty line than heterosexual married families, and children in gay and lesbian households are twice as likely to live in poverty as compared to children in homes with heterosexual parents. And given the legacy of racism in the U.S., the statistics are even worse for LGBT people of color. Other concerns include: trans justice and violence against LGBTQ youth.

Call in to ask your questions during show time at (646) 716-5232 or email us at drannabram@gmail.com.

Contact Dr. Abram to learn how she can help you become as comfortable
a parent as possible.