The providers at EveryBody Psychotherapy NYC are a passionate crew. We talk on the reg, collaborate with each other on how to best support our clients, and hold each other accountable to practice what we preach.
Collaboration is key in our work together and having a space that feels safe so you can be vulnerable and do the hard work is a priority. Much of our work together will combine talk therapy with embodiment to explore the connection between the body - through a Health at Every Size ® approach - and the mind.
You are the expert on your life. I am here to support and guide you in leading your most authentic life.
I primarily work with clients between the ages of 14 and 50 who are looking for support around eating disorders, perinatal care, trauma, relationships and life transitions.
Participants: Individual, Couples, Group
Virtually (NY, NJ, PA, CT)
I am always looking for new ways to learn about myself, the world around me, and new ways of doing things. This has led me to spending many weekends getting certified in various areas, such as yoga, birth, and postpartum support.
I have a love-hate relationship with New York City. I thrive from the fast-paced environment and all the different food options (I LOVE trying new foods), but also crave a more quiet space where I can be in solitude.
Like many of my clients, I am constantly striving to find the space between rigidity and allowing some spontaneity in my life. When I tell my clients that I get it, I truly get it.
Masters of Science in Education from Hunter College
International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP)
Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH)
Women’s Mental Health Consortium
The Clinician’s Collective
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
Certified Eating Disorders Specialists (CEDS)
Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200)
Creating a safe and supporting space to cultivate awareness and personal growth is the ultimate goal. Our work focuses on you - learning more about yourself, living your life more authentically, and identifying different patterns in your life.
I primarily work with clients over the age of 18 who are looking for support around anxiety, depression, and trauma or PTSD.
Participants: Individual, Group, Family
Masters of Science in Social Work from Columbia University
Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Sociology from Drew University.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Empathy, understanding, and creating a space where you can openly explore your feelings, experiences, and struggles, free from shame or stigma are at the core of my therapeutic practice. In our journey, we will work collaboratively to identify underlying triggers and in turn develop a positive self-identity, build resilience, and cultivate unique coping skills that fit your needs. I incorporate a Health at Every Size approach as well as an identity affirming lens. Together, let's develop a healthy relationship with your body and emotions to navigate towards not simply surviving but thriving as your most confident self!
I primarily work with adolescent clients who are looking for support surrounding eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and trauma.
Participants: Individual, Group, Family
Sessions available: Virtually (NY)
I love discovering spontaneous adventures, traveling, and new hobbies. Some of my favorite memories are camping with friends, spending time at the beach with the sun shining on me, and simply being surrounded by nature. Similar to many clients, I had to find the balance between control, flexibility, and fear of failure. I now embrace a wide range of hobbies such as ceramics, painting, calligraphy, snowboarding, and stargazing.
It is such an amazing feeling to spend time with my puppies after a long day! I have two westies, Winston and Wallace, who are very much spoiled. They are kind hearted, gentle, and love to take in their surroundings. They have taught me a new level of patience but also how to take time to find beauty in unexpected places and live in the moment.
I try to embrace my individuality and let my true self shine through, quirks and all. I find it healing for myself to see the humor in things. I love comedies and making others laugh.
Master's of Science in Applied Psychology from New York University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminology
Mental Health Counselor - LP
Everybody can benefit from therapy, especially given today’s fast-paced and sometimes challenging climate. Choosing therapy is taking an important step to better your daily life and overall sense of wellbeing. Therapy should be a warm, non-judgmental– and sometimes even humorous– environment, where the client and therapist work together to understand your emotions and build resilience, empowerment, and a greater sense of strength and agency. Therapy is your time, and the clients’ goals should be an important factor along the therapeutic journey.
I primarily work with adolescents and young adults who are looking for support around anxiety, depression, navigating life changes, and trauma (past and current). I also enjoy working with perinatal and postpartum clients.
High Energy Connector
I love connecting with others and am always game for a good conversation. As a people-person I think that all humans crave connection, and we have more in common than we don’t! Above all things, I think a great way to connect is humor, and I try to never lose my sense of it even when facing life’s challenges.
Lover of Endorphins
I ran the New York City Marathon and developed a love for long-distance running, however I have faced some injuries since then. While not being able to do what I love has been very difficult, the experience has provided me with a greater understanding of those who suffer with chronic pain and an appreciation for all our bodies allow us to do. I love endorphins, and am always looking for new ways to move my body, such as yoga, exercising on my Peloton “dupe” (aka a spin bike from Craigslist), and taking long walks or hikes outdoors.
I am a beverage enthusiast and a recovering soda addict, so I am always on the look-out for a fun new drink . I am currently obsessed with Poppi’s, and always open to recommendations. Coffee is a necessity in the morning, and I love hearing what your caffeine beverage of choice is – personally, I run on cold brew and almond milk creamer (indulgently flavored, of course).
Masters of Social Work from Columbia University
Bachelors of Arts in English from Skidmore College
Certified in Motivational Interviewing