Welcome

Take the Mystery Out of Your History

Life is full of complications, yet the most stubborn problems that we face are the ones that we generate ourselves. We may engage in self-sabotaging behaviors or search for answers in others. Such choices can only lead us to disappointment.

Therapy works best when you have two things:  the hunger for a better life and an experienced guide. Along the way, you may feel lost or uncertain. At such times, it’s the therapist role to support, challenge and inspire you to make new choices.

Self-mastery takes practice but it’s well worth it. Life is more enjoyable, gratifying and fun when you’re in the driver’s seat. For me, that’s what the journey of therapy is all about. – Sean Grover

Upcoming Seminars & Workshops:

  • Long Island Consultation Center, Clinical Seminar, Fri, Sept. 16
  • State Theater, Stamford Conn. Parent Wkshop/Film, Thurs, Nov. 16, 7:30pm
  • Lab Middle School NYC, Parent Workshop, Fri, Nov. 17, 9am
  • Eastern Group Psychotherapy Conf., Clinical Seminar, Fri/Sat Nov. 18/19
  • American Group Psychotherapy Conf., Clinical Seminar, March 6-11, 2017

Recent Seminars & Workshops

  • IS289, Parent Workshop & Film, Fri, June 17, 6pm
  • Spruce St. School, Parent Workshop, Thurs. May 12, 6:30pm
  • Manhattan Youth, Parent Workshop, Tues. May 17, 6pm SOLD OUT
  • Baruch HS, Parent Workshop, Thurs. May 19, 9am
  • Williamsburg Charter HS, Parent Workshop & Film, Thurs. May 26, 9am

 WORKSHOP PHOTO’s

Book Reviews:

  • “Grover offers tools to regain a balance of power so that the parent takes back the upper hand needed for effective parenting…” PsychCentral, September 2015
  • “This isn’t one of these parenting books with a simple, easy-to-apply, one-size-fits-all solution…The main point: The route to a happier, bullying-free home runs through your own psyche.” MomZette, July 2015 
  • “Psychotherapist Grover pulls no punches in this parenting manual…[his] empowering, motivating approach is highly compassionate to suffering, burnt-out parents without letting them off the hook for becoming self-aware adults who can make consciously better choices for themselves and their children.” Publishers Weekly, Editor’s Pick, Best New Non-Fiction, April 2015
  • LOVED LOVED LOVED it! Grover hit his groove in a savvy compilation….Even if you are not having a problem with your children walking all over you…it gives all parents, tips and techniques to solve the problem, not just shove it under the rug…A MUST HAVE BOOK for parents, teachers, and this blogger!” The Review Broads, June 2015
  • “A fabulous, stupendous, and all around terrific how-to book that helps parents control situations when a child is bullying them…It’s written as if you are sitting at the kitchen table and having a chat with Grover…I highly recommend this book. It is one of the best parenting self-help books that I’ve read.Grandma Ideas, June 2015 

 MORE REVIEWS

Latest Articles, Blogs & Interviews:

MORE ARTICLES

Upcoming Publications

  • Chapter in Handbook of Child & Adolescent Group Therapy, Fall 2016
  • Clinical Article in Issues in Psychoanalytic Psychology, Fall 2016
  • WHEN KIDS CALL THE SHOTS will be published in China & Korea Fall 2016

Print & Web Interviews

Radio & Podcast Interviews

 

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInInstapaperShare