Teresa Solomita is a psychoanalyst with a private practice in New York, helping individuals and couples who are struggling in their personal and professional relationships. Prior to this she worked as a computer programmer for a major pharmaceutical company. Although she liked some of the work, her heart was not in the job and she yearned for something different.
Her transition to becoming a therapist took many years, and for a while involved pursuing her studies while holding down a full-time job. Her clarity of vision and of purpose were remarkable. In this interview, Teresa discusses how she persevered and stuck with her career dreams.