Dr. Stolow works with clients experiencing a wide range of difficulties across a broad spectrum of severity, including – but not limited to – low mood or depression, anxiety (such as worry, social anxiety, panic, obsessions and/or compulsions, trauma, and phobias), as well as interpersonal difficulties, life transitions, anger, and stress management. Dr. Stolow has provided diagnostic and treatment services in a variety of settings, including The Jewish General Hospital, Douglas Mental Health Institute, J.F.K. Hospital, and the Rutgers Psychological Services Clinic. His approach to therapy is practical and collaborative, emphasizing the acquisition of skills that can be used outside therapy to maintain treatment gains and reduce vulnerability in the long term. He attends to his clients empathically and compassionately, providing support and guidance to foster a safe, non-judgmental, and productive therapy environment.