What I Believe
Whether you are miserable, your heart weighs a million pounds, you can’t get out of your own way, or your brain feels like scrambled eggs, I believe you deserve, and can have, a great life of confidence, achievement, fulfillment, and love. Find out how..
I combine timeless wisdom, the best therapy techniques, cutting-edge coaching, and natural brain wellness to help you achieve your goals for a healthy mind, body, and spirit.
You can have a great love. I get you there by teaching emotional attunement, positive support, and mindful expression.
Having worked with great artists gives me a unique vantage point to help you reach your dreams of accomplishment and success.
Brain Health Coaching
Emotional well-being starts with having a healthy brain. Learn the best ways to nourish the most important organ in the body.
I have no doubt in my mind that I am a better man because of the work we did together. The lessons I learned created positive change in my family, work, and personal life. The growth I experienced with Glenn as my mentor and coach can be seen in the big picture and details of my life, and I am truly grateful for the path I am on.
Thanks to our work together I no longer feel lost, ashamed or wrongly self-accusatory. His clinical skills, unwavering commitment & kind patience guided me to safely face a painful traumatized past, discard unhealthy defenses, and realize the strengths within me.
In a word, Dr. Berger is a diamond. Possessing a storied life experience as well as a studious dedication and passion for further honing his skills, Glenn is a results-driven and highly effective therapist, coach, and mentor.
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Through a comprehensive evaluation and assessment process we establish what you need and create a roadmap for our work together.
How I help
I offer an authentic relationship where I see the best in you, enter your world, listen with undivided attention, and provide honest feedback, great information, and wise guidance.
Who I am
I am a Gestalt therapist, a Harville Hendrix trained couples counselor, an Amen Brain Health Coach, and recording engineer who worked with Dylan, Jagger, and Sinatra.
In the film “Bye Bye Birdie,” the character Albert, played by Dick Van Dyke, tells his mother that he has “plans” to marry his secretary, Rosie. When his mother hears this, she puts her head in the oven and tells her son to bury her in the front yard so Rosie can walk...
I got an email from a client recently asking, “hey, what does it mean when you have the reoccurring dream that you’ve missed one class and this keeps you from graduating school?” The truth is, no one knows for sure. But there are a few things we do know pretty clearly...
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Recently, I have begun posting on my new obsession, brain wellness. This post will be one of the most important I will write about this subject. This information could have a major impact on your, and your family’s, health and yet most people know nothing about these...
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“Glenn captures the excitement of making music and gives the reader a true feeling of being a part of the drive and fantasy, the magic, the insanity, the moments of sheer exasperation and sheer wonder.”
– JUDY COLLINS, Grammy winning singer/songwriter
WINNER OF THE ARSC AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
WINNER OF THE NICHOLAS SHAFFNER AWARD FOR MUSIC IN LITERATURE
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