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Welcome To TRS

Welcome! We at TRS are delighted to meet you, albeit by web. Who we are, what we do and how we do it, are explained in our website that was introduced in celebration of our Twenty Fifth birthday on October 6, 2012. Born on October 6th, 1986) we will continue to add features, topics and services for you as
TRS turns 28...!.

In short, we are here to help those who help others,whether it is to work with individuals or groups, whether to teach, hold classes or meetings. That also means letting the community know who is available and what these professionals offer.

Check out our Calendar of Events for all the interesting work that goes on here. This year, we hope to add to our Community Service programs to serve your needs in a more effective way.

We enjoy being part of the larger community, sharing all that we can. If you have any suggestions, we are always delighted to hear them.



Martin Bard


Martin Bard was one of the earliest clients who made TRS his professional home. He and Charlie Friedman, co founder of TRS enjoyed a long time friendship and it was not unusual to see the two of them sharing a cup of tea in the waiting room whether chatting, laughing or having a lively discussion. Mostly they laughed together.
He helped a lot of people. In his profession as a psychotherapist. His deep voice boomed in laughter often. He never forgot to say hello to anyone. Whether at the front desk. Other practitioners getting ready for their clients or someone he did not know but may have smiled at him. Martin was not a man who was missed in a crowd. Tall, full head of curly hair and that unmistakable beautiful voice set him apart in any social situation or crowd.
Martin was also gifted as a composer and playwright and blessed with a magnificent, full basso voice. His passion was anti-war themes, and any form of oppression. His energy will always be a part of TRS. Good Journey, dear friend.
Janie Masi

Obituary in The New York Times.
BARD--Martin, 79, basso and psychotherapist, died April 5 of complications from a kidney transplant. He was the loving father of Rachael and David and devoted grandfather to Emerson, Aaron, Elian and Estella. Also survived by his friend Martha and nephew Jared, he was predeceased by his brother Robert. Both mental health counselor and singer/ playwright, countering war and many will miss oppression through musical theater, Martin.