Are you Suffering from any of these symptoms as a result of Tinnitus? Free 15 Min Consultation.

    Mild to severe anxiety
    Insomnia
    Triggered fight or flight

  Depression
  Negative thinking
  Crying spells

  Hopelessness
  Suicidal thoughts
  Ringing in the ears

    Do you feel your family and friends don’t understand?
    Are you growing more isolated?
    Do you feel like life will never be the same?
    Are you refraining from activities that you enjoy?
    Are you fearful of losing your job?
    Do you find that your thoughts tend to be negative?

If you answered yes to 3 or more of these questions or symptoms, then we can help.
You may be a candidate for Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy, or TCRT.  Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R, with over 20 years of clinical experience, a New York University graduate, developed Tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy and founded Tinnitus Cognitive Center in response to the growing number of Tinnitus sufferers coming to his private practice. He discovered that by helping people to retrain and reinterpret the thoughts around their Tinnitus, anxiety and depression symptoms began to improve. But even more important so did the Tinnitus.

Call us at (646) 213-2321 for a FREE consultation.


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Monthly Archives: October 2014

LCSW-R Professional for Tinnitus

If you are dealing with Tinnitus, you may have numerous side effects. You may well have depression and need a variety of different Tinnitus treatment options. It means you will need a LCSW-R professional who is trained to handle the various therapy methods that are part of the treatment process for Tinnitus. Alternatively, perhaps you are someone who wants to learn the various therapy methods necessary to treat Tinnitus.

Finding a LCSW-R Professional

Finding a LCSW-R Professional is the first step towards a good treatment plan. This means you need to discuss your needs for Tinnitus treatment with a medical professional. They can recommend several professionals that can help you with whatever treatment option you and your health care professional decide is best for you.

LCSW-R is a designation for a licensed clinical social worker, who is registered. While it might sound daunting, most people associate social workers with child services or the welfare system. However, they offer a wide variety of therapy options as well. They can be the perfect way to get the therapy you need and save some money on your treatment. You can get the same quality level of care without having to have a psychologist assist you. Additionally, many of the ringing ear treatments that are available do not need a medical or psychology doctor.

Becoming a LCSW-R Professional

Becoming a LCSW-R professional can be an exciting and rewarding career. If you have a love for medicine or therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or sound therapy, but you do not want to spend the time it takes to obtain a doctorate, this might be the right career path. Perhaps you just do not have interest in everything else that is needed to obtain a doctorate. This is the perfect way to ensure that you can enjoy the medical field you love and obtain your certification quickly.

As a LCSW-R Professional, you will be able to join a rewarding and busy career. Approximately 15% of all Americans suffer from Tinnitus, which makes ringing ears treatment options hugely popular. The result is that you as a LCSW-R professional can have a career that grows as much as you do.

If you need an LCSW-R professional for your Tinnitus treatment, contact us today for tried-and-tested treatment options.

I have Ringing in my ears do I have Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a symptom, where there are numerous causes. It could be caused by a variety of things from working in a loud environment, to a muscle spasm in the middle ear. Whatever the cause it could be difficult for you to deal with everyday life. The question is how do you know if you have tinnitus?

The first thing to understand is that this is a common symptom that can arise from numerous sources. There is no one place or point where you might cause these symptoms to appear. For example, if you happened to have a day where there was a lot of loud noises, you may spend a few days dealing with ringing in your ears afterwards. Usually it goes away. Individuals who work in constantly loud environments such as around machinery, in the military, near airplanes, or in closed in loud spaces can develop permanent tinnitus.

What Happens When the Ringing Doesn’t Go Away?

You have taken yourself out of the environment. You have spent days in the quiet trying to get your hearing back to normal. If it does not return to normal then where does that leave you? In some cases, you may just be able to tune it out. It is common for people to have tinnitus. In fact, 15% of the American population has some level of Tinnitus. Some people have just a little bit of a problem, it is ignored easily and they go on with their lives. Some people need to have serious help because the problem has gotten to the point that they can no longer handle the noise.

Treatment Options for tinnitus:

Treatment options are varied. There is no actual cure for this condition. In part, this is because it is a symptom and there may not be a way to solve the problem causing the Tinnitus. Treatment options range from over-the-counter medications to retraining therapy. In other cases it is actually the medications causing the symptoms. While there may be no way to cure Tinnitus, there are many ways to reduce the symptoms so that you do not have to be overwhelmed with the condition.

If you are not sure if you have Tinnitus, contact us, we are NYC’s trusted Tinnitus Specialists. Book an appointment now to find some much-needed relief.

Monthly Archives: October 2014

LCSW-R Professional for Tinnitus

If you are dealing with Tinnitus, you may have numerous side effects. You may well have depression and need a variety of different Tinnitus treatment options. It means you will need a LCSW-R professional who is trained to handle the various therapy methods that are part of the treatment process for Tinnitus. Alternatively, perhaps you are someone who wants to learn the various therapy methods necessary to treat Tinnitus.

Finding a LCSW-R Professional

Finding a LCSW-R Professional is the first step towards a good treatment plan. This means you need to discuss your needs for Tinnitus treatment with a medical professional. They can recommend several professionals that can help you with whatever treatment option you and your health care professional decide is best for you.

LCSW-R is a designation for a licensed clinical social worker, who is registered. While it might sound daunting, most people associate social workers with child services or the welfare system. However, they offer a wide variety of therapy options as well. They can be the perfect way to get the therapy you need and save some money on your treatment. You can get the same quality level of care without having to have a psychologist assist you. Additionally, many of the ringing ear treatments that are available do not need a medical or psychology doctor.

Becoming a LCSW-R Professional

Becoming a LCSW-R professional can be an exciting and rewarding career. If you have a love for medicine or therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or sound therapy, but you do not want to spend the time it takes to obtain a doctorate, this might be the right career path. Perhaps you just do not have interest in everything else that is needed to obtain a doctorate. This is the perfect way to ensure that you can enjoy the medical field you love and obtain your certification quickly.

As a LCSW-R Professional, you will be able to join a rewarding and busy career. Approximately 15% of all Americans suffer from Tinnitus, which makes ringing ears treatment options hugely popular. The result is that you as a LCSW-R professional can have a career that grows as much as you do.

If you need an LCSW-R professional for your Tinnitus treatment, contact us today for tried-and-tested treatment options.

I have Ringing in my ears do I have Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a symptom, where there are numerous causes. It could be caused by a variety of things from working in a loud environment, to a muscle spasm in the middle ear. Whatever the cause it could be difficult for you to deal with everyday life. The question is how do you know if you have tinnitus?

The first thing to understand is that this is a common symptom that can arise from numerous sources. There is no one place or point where you might cause these symptoms to appear. For example, if you happened to have a day where there was a lot of loud noises, you may spend a few days dealing with ringing in your ears afterwards. Usually it goes away. Individuals who work in constantly loud environments such as around machinery, in the military, near airplanes, or in closed in loud spaces can develop permanent tinnitus.

What Happens When the Ringing Doesn’t Go Away?

You have taken yourself out of the environment. You have spent days in the quiet trying to get your hearing back to normal. If it does not return to normal then where does that leave you? In some cases, you may just be able to tune it out. It is common for people to have tinnitus. In fact, 15% of the American population has some level of Tinnitus. Some people have just a little bit of a problem, it is ignored easily and they go on with their lives. Some people need to have serious help because the problem has gotten to the point that they can no longer handle the noise.

Treatment Options for tinnitus:

Treatment options are varied. There is no actual cure for this condition. In part, this is because it is a symptom and there may not be a way to solve the problem causing the Tinnitus. Treatment options range from over-the-counter medications to retraining therapy. In other cases it is actually the medications causing the symptoms. While there may be no way to cure Tinnitus, there are many ways to reduce the symptoms so that you do not have to be overwhelmed with the condition.

If you are not sure if you have Tinnitus, contact us, we are NYC’s trusted Tinnitus Specialists. Book an appointment now to find some much-needed relief.

Tinnitus Cognitive Center

Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R
19 West 34th Street
Penthouse Floor
New York, NY 10001


Call today for a consultation
646-213-2321