I am committed to helping people who want and desire help. Therapy is the first step into self-awareness and growth development. My ultimate goal when counseling is to create a healing and safe space for my client.I grew up in a Middle Eastern Muslim family. This has helped me gain a sense of familial and cultural dynamics and how to navigate two different worlds. I am a strong advocate of immigration. My work experience consists of working with adults with mental disabilities and youth. My life and work experience helped me gain an understanding of the importance of being judgement free and accepting with anyone.I am currently a student at Long Island University pursuing a masters degree in clinical mental health counseling. I am a strong mental health advocate and always looking for new ways to contribute to the field. I’m constantly learning and finding new ways to improve the therapy experience for all.
I am a Mental Health Counselor-LP. I obtained my Masters in Mental Health Counseling from SUNY Old Westbury. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I enjoy working with clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma. My approach in therapy is to create a safe space in order to guide clients and address the root causes of the client's difficulties. My goal is to help clients manage life stressors and process their experiences and come to an understanding of how it may function in their day-to-day life.
Hello! My name is Isabella and I am a mental health counselor with an eclectic and integrative approach. I use client-centered, psychodynamic techniques, all based on client need. I have experience with a range of struggles, from depression, anxiety, and trauma, to self-esteem, school, and work. I also have experience working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community, exploring gender and sexuality.
I look forward to working together with you on your journey of mental wellness and being your most authentic self!
Hello and welcome! My name is Catherine and I am a Mental Health Counselor, LP. I hold two Masters' degrees: one in Mental Health Counseling from SUNY Old Westbury, and another in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University. During our sessions, you can expect a warm, supportive, and safe environment. My goal as a clinician is to create a space where my patients feel they can be vulnerable without judgment. I truly believe that committing to therapy has the potential to be the best decision someone can make for themselves.
I utilize an integrative, person-centered approach that involves both psychodynamic and evidence-based practices such as ACT and DBT. I have a special interest in working with individuals who struggle with mood disorders, personality dysfunction, anxiety disorders, and self-esteem issues. I also have extensive experience working with individuals who suffer from social anxiety. I have successfully worked with individuals from all walks of life, and look forward to helping you understand your mental health journey and make lifelong changes.
Hello! My name is Diana, and I am a Mental Health Counselor- LP.
When working with clients it is important to understand that each client is unique, and each client has their own story and their own journey. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy. My therapeutic approach is to meet you where you're at, work together to determine what best meets your needs, and to collaboratively create a plan that helps you achieve your goals. I will strive to create an environment that encourages you to explore & understand your thoughts and feelings. I also help individuals understand their personal journey and assist in developing tools for rediscovering one's strengths & fostering growth. We'll work on how to learn and unlearn behaviors, habits and thought patterns that can impact our mental health and ability to cope with challenges.
My experience includes working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families of all backgrounds and walks of life. I have helped clients work through their mental health and life challenges. I use an integrative, person-centered approach that pulls from psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and humanistic practices. Together we will approach life's inevitable demands, challenges, and frustrations by gaining skills to cope with various issues at hand.