Practice Areas

Autism /Sensory Processing Disorder

Dr. Balamuth Specializes in the treatment of Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Asperger, and Sensory Integration Disorders. He trained with Drs. Stanley Greenspan and Serena Wieder and is faculty on the DIR Institute and Profectum Foundation. He teaches and lectures nationally and internationally on related topics

Couples and Family Therapy

Dr. Balamuth’s has specialized training in couples therapy and his approach is informed by Attachment and systems theory and by body-based interventions such as Somatic Experiencing. He also specializes in parenting issues with children with developmental challenges.

Trauma Therapy and Mindfulness Practice

Having specialized in various Body-Based methods of healing trauma such as Somatic Experiencing and many forms of Mindfulness training, Dr. Balamuth has worked with many patients who have experienced trauma. He has studied and practiced Chi-Gong, Tai-Chi, Alexander technique, Cranio-Sacral therapy, Rolfing and yoga, and integrates all these methods in his work with clients of all ages, who have struggled with the aftermath of traumatic experiences..

Psychoanalysis

Dr. Balamuth is a graduate of the New York University Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis where he trained in the relational track among others with Drs. Stephen Mitchel and Emmanual Ghent

Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a highly effective treatment for various psychological and psychosomatic issues and challenges such as smoking-cessation, anxiety and panic disorders, chronic pain, preparation for medical procedures and many others. Dr. Balamuth’s approach to hypnosis is highly interactive and collaborative and individualized, and is primarily informed by the work of Dr. Milton Erikson.

What Have I Learned This Week?

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Teenager With Auditory Processing Issues

Jonah, a twelve-year-old, lanky pre-teen, who has grown about eight inches during the last year, has again suspended from school for fighting with during recess and after school. As he…

Child with Autism

“How did you get to work today?” Ben, an adorable 4-year-old boy entered the playroom, came right up close, and asked. I told him I took the train. “You must…

 

 

 

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