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Eugene Roginsky, psychoterapist


Psychotherapy and Counseling

Eugene Roginsky, psychoterapist

Clinical services are offered through my company, Bridge2Horizon Psychotherapy and Counseling Services LLC

  • Available In-Person or via Telehealth (Online)

  • Covered by Commercial Insurance and Medicare

  • Ages 12+

  • Kindly book an initial complimentary 15-minute consultation



  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Personality Disorders

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Psychological Trauma

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Phobias

  • Loss

  • Grief

  • Depression

  • Self-Image Issues

  • Life Stage Issues

  • Relationship Issues

  • Overcoming an end of a relationship

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Coping with physical illness and serious diagnosis

  • Marriage and Premarital Counseling

  • Blended Family Issues

  • Community Resources


  • We offer outpatient psychotherapy services. Eugene Roginsky and associates reserve the right to decline cases that may benefit more from other professionals' expertise.

  • With client consent, additional behavioral health or healthcare providers may be recommended.

  • Family sessions may be suggested with the client's permission and when deemed appropriate.

  • Our services do not replace medical intervention, inpatient, or partial hospitalization care.

  • We do not offer emergency behavioral health services. For urgent mental health assistance, please proceed to your nearest emergency room or dial 911.


Counseling services aim to explore and address specific issues faced by clients, employing tools derived from psychological theories along with targeted techniques. On the other hand, psychotherapy services are geared towards addressing long-term and often chronic mental health conditions. In both scenarios, a collaborative treatment plan is developed through mutual agreement between the client and therapist.

Key elements of counseling psychotherapy include:

Therapeutic Relationship:  

The foundation of counseling and psychotherapy is the therapeutic relationship between the client and the therapist. Trust, empathy, and a non-judgmental attitude are crucial for creating a safe space where clients feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and feelings.


Confidentiality is a fundamental aspect of counseling and psychotherapy. Therapists are bound by ethical standards to keep the information shared during sessions confidential, creating a space where clients can open up without fear of judgment or disclosure.

Exploration and Self-Reflection:

Clients are encouraged to explore and reflect on their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Through this process, individuals gain insights into their patterns, identify sources of distress, and develop a deeper understanding of themselves.

Goal Setting:

Therapists work collaboratively with clients to establish clear and achievable goals. These goals may focus on specific issues, such as managing anxiety, improving communication in relationships, or developing coping strategies for stress.

Evidence-Based Practices:

Therapists often utilize evidence-based practices and therapeutic modalities tailored to the individual needs of the client. These may include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, or other specialized approaches.

Skill Building:

Counseling and psychotherapy involve equipping clients with practical skills to navigate challenges and improve their overall mental health. This may include developing effective communication skills, stress management techniques, and coping strategies.

Cultural Sensitivity:

Therapists recognize and respect the diversity of their clients, including cultural, ethnic, and individual differences. Cultural sensitivity is crucial to understanding the unique experiences and perspectives that shape a client's worldview.

Personal Growth and Empowerment:

Counseling and psychotherapy are not solely focused on addressing problems; both modalities also emphasize personal growth and empowerment. Clients are encouraged to develop a greater sense of self-awareness, self-compassion, and resilience.

Termination and Follow-Up:

The therapeutic process typically has a planned ending, with therapists and clients working together to assess progress and determine when the goals have been met.

Follow-up sessions may be recommended to provide ongoing support if needed.

Counseling and psychotherapy play a vital role in promoting mental health and well-being, offering individuals a confidential and supportive space to address challenges, foster personal growth, and work towards a more fulfilling life.


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