Christopher D. Cooper,
MS, LP, NCPsyA
At heart, I am a storyteller. I have always held a deep appreciation for how narratives have the power to mold and shape our values, beliefs, and behaviors. The stories we tell about ourselves can quickly become our reality –and that reality can either be imprisoning or liberating.
Prior to becoming a psychoanalyst, I was an advertising executive. So, I understand first-hand the stresses and strains of the working world. I completed my graduate studies at Columbia University and clinical training at the C.G. Jung Institute of New York.
I work with individuals who suffer a range of problems, including: anxiety, depression, dissociation and trauma. I also lecture and teach on the effects of culture on behavior, cognition, and emotion.