Cora Glazer, LMSW

/Cora Glazer, LMSW

About Cora Glazer, LMSW

Cora Glazer is a licensed master social worker whose experience has centered around working with perfectionism, impulsivity, and negative body image. She has experience working in multiple eating disorder treatment settings and works with clients to better the way they see themselves and to create more effective patterns in relationships.

The Case for Being “Too Sensitive”

Have you ever been told that you’re “overreacting?” Does the message that your feelings are too much, or disproportionate to the situation, sound familiar? How about “too sensitive?” If so, I like you already. We live in a society where such displays of emotionality are disparaged. Individuals who cry frequently or react strongly to interpersonal slights are [...]

By |2019-01-09T01:17:54+00:00January 7th, 2019|Coping Strategies|0 Comments

Change: What They Don’t Tell You

I’ve become somewhat rudely reacquainted with an old nemesis recently: change. As a therapist, you would think change and I would be fast friends. Change is frequently what my clients come to therapy seeking: change in the form of growth, progress, and personal development. Change is the much-lauded bringer of recovery, revolution, and self-improvement. Yet, as I [...]

By |2019-01-09T01:18:29+00:00January 7th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy|0 Comments

Values and Goals: Overcoming End-of-Holiday Blues

I associate early January with a sort of Sunday-evening melancholy. The eager possibility of countless ways to spend free time gives way to the resignation of returning to responsibility, and with it, the regrets of daydreams un-lived. Every December, I’m spinning with plans of gingerbread houses, cozy familial chats, light displays, gifts received with joyous exclamations of [...]

By |2019-01-09T01:19:01+00:00January 7th, 2019|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy|0 Comments

Values and Goals: Overcoming End-of-Summer Blues

I associate August with a sort of Sunday-evening melancholy. The eager possibility of countless ways to spend free time gives way to the resignation of returning to responsibility, and with it, the regrets of daydreams un-lived. Every June, I’m spinning with plans of swimming holes, river floats, picnic baskets, toes burrowing in sand (and the corresponding Instagram [...]

By |2019-01-09T01:26:19+00:00December 6th, 2018|Acceptance and Commitment Therapy|0 Comments