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Individual Therapy Services

People seek therapy for many different reasons. On this page, you’ll learn more about some of the areas and issues I specialize in to help adults, tweens and teens live happier, more fulfilled lives. If you have questions about your particular needs or would like to learn more about my approach to therapy, please send me an email or schedule a free, 15-minute phone consultation.

Socially distant but not emotionally distant. I’m here with you. Therapy sessions are available via online therapy, phone therapy, and session lengths that are more flexible than ever. Explore online therapy.


Feeling anxious is a normal response to emotional or physical stress. In many instances, anxiety is an extremely powerful ally that helps us to achieve our goals, or warns us to take action in threatening situations.

That said, if constant worry or anxious feelings are holding you back from enjoying and thriving in everyday life— for instance, if you’re avoiding friends and family, falling behind in school or at work, or having trouble sleeping—it may be time to seek help.

Together, we’ll uncover the root cause of your anxiety and find ways to reclaim your sense of calm and wellbeing so you can get back to living fully.

Learn more about anxiety therapy here.


If you’ve recently suffered a traumatic life event or feel that a painful experience from your past is negatively impacting your present, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy may be able to help.

EMDR therapy has been extensively researched and shown to alleviate the symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is also now being used to treat anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, pain and more.

EMDR therapy works by processing unresolved traumatic memories that hijack your mind and helps the brain return to its natural state of well-being.

As a certified EMDR therapist, I integrate EMDR therapy into traditional talk therapy sessions as well as use it as stand-alone psychotherapy. If you’d like to learn more about EMDR therapy, I’d be happy to explain the process in more detail and determine if it’s a good fit for you.


Depression can feel incredibly heavy and isolating, yet millions of people suffer from depression every single day. Sometimes, it’s life’s difficult transitions – like death, divorce or illness – that send us into a downward spiral. Other times, depression seems to descend out of the blue…or as a sidekick to anxiety.

If your life has lost its luster, if you constantly feel sad, numb or hopeless, or if you’re just not connecting with people and activities like you used to, it’s time to get help.

Just like anxiety, depression is treatable, and my goal is to teach you how to heal from depression so you can get on with your life, joyfully and as a more resilient person.


If there’s one thing we can count on in life, it’s change. Sometimes, our life transitions are met with joy. Other times, they can feel devastating.

A new baby, a divorce, an empty nest or any number of life’s challenges can leave us feeling fragile, anxious and/or depressed. If you’re experiencing a difficult transition, I can help you navigate through this uneasy period in your journey.

Together, we’ll implement strategies to help you heal, grow and land on your two feet feeling stronger and ready to move on to the next phase of your life.


To have fulfilling relationships with others, we need a healthy, honest relationship with ourselves. This is not always easy, or intuitive…which is where I can help.

We’ll uncover your relationship patterns and any obstacles or situations that keep your from attaining your relationship dreams.

My goal during out time together is to guide you to become more self-aware, empowered and secure in yourself. As a result, you’ll be able to give and receive more in your most significant relationships.

Individual therapy is a safe place to explore whether you want to stay in your current relationship, process an affair, or create a new path forward after a separation or divorce.

Learn more about relationship counseling for individuals.



Getting diagnosed with an illness can not only be scary and overwhelming, it can also throw your entire life into a spin. Fears about how to support yourself while you’re ill, what impact your illness will have on your family, and even which treatment options to choose can all put an incredible amount of stress on you.

To add to this stress, living with an acute or chronic illness can be extremely isolating since many people simply don’t understand what you’re experiencing. Your world may become smaller and smaller as your focus turns more to taking care of your body than being able to spend time with friends, family, or even keep up with work commitments.

The ultimate goal of therapy during acute or chronic illness is to help you live the best life possible with your illness, and to find balance, support and peace on the journey to recovery.


Growing up in Fairfield County isn’t always easy with sky-high academic pressures and tricky peer relationships made even more complicated by social media.

For some teens, therapy may focus on new ways to express emotions or change behavior, while for others, therapy may be about learning new social skills or building self-esteem.

The focus of therapy begins with creating a safe place where tweens and teens can feel supported and able to genuinely express themselves so that we can work through whatever issues they bring to therapy.

If you’re ready see your child smile more, feel more secure in their skin and navigate school and life with more joy and ease, please visit this page to learn more.


Mindfulness helps us pay attention to our experiences, without judgement, as they change from moment to moment. It’s an incredible skill that has been show to help increase focus, decrease stress, improve immune function and create a greater sense of satisfaction and wellbeing.

Just like exercise, research has shown that 20 minutes of mindfulness practice each day can positively impact the body and mind. Consistency is critical…but as we all know, consistency can be challenging to achieve on one’s own.

If you’re looking for help to start or deepen your mindfulness practice, I can help!

As a mindfulness coach, I will keep you accountable, offer support when you experience challenges, and teach you how to be more present and mindful in your day-to-day experiences and interactions.

Ready to take the next step?

Let’s connect with a free, 15-minute phone consultation. I’ll answer any questions you may have so you can decide if therapy with me is a good fit. It’s the first step in your journey to feeling better and living life fully.

Eve Hornstein, LMFT

3 Hollyhock Road, Wilton, CT 06897 | Phone: 203.434.4092 | Email: eve@evehornstein.com

Serving Wilton, Weston, Westport, New Canaan, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, Fairfield, Ridgefield