Zachary works with couples and relationships primarily. He also supports clients with performance (the whole spectrum of performance from pro athletes to people struggling with drug-free ADHD management), and lifestyle attunement for promoting mental health (sleep, nutrition, exercise, socializing, etc.). He specializes in helping clients optimize their life satisfaction, wellbeing, performance, efficiency, and relationships through Central Nervous System integration, sustainable lifestyle calibration, and fast-paced, goal-driven workshops, therapy and coaching.
Founder of the RIPEN model of health coaching, Zachary addresses lifestyle, mindset, sleep, nutrition, fitness, and performance to help his clients lead healthier, happier more efficient lives. Outside of serving as president, clinical director, and senior therapist of the Mental Hygienist therapy and coaching practice Zachary writes the Psychology Today series "The Mental Hygienist" and teaches as an adjunct professor at Fordham & Rutgers Universities.