Our services include:
Clinically-proven cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychodynamic psychotherapy. The first approach trains you to keep a watchful eye on negative patterns of thinking and apply techniques to control them. The second one looks and works with the roots of these patterns and the impact to our daily functioning.
Highly effective Psychological Reports and Clinical Evaluations for Asylum Cases, Extreme Hardship Waivers, and VAWA (Domestic Violence) Cases. I have been trained with the advocacy group, Physicians for Human Rights and the Columbia Human Rights Clinic (CHRIA) where I am active in their pro-bono asylum network. I work with immigrant and their families from any country. I am fluent in English and Spanish. Assessments interview are completed in-person or through teleconferencing, administering clinical scales and obtaining specific data. I work with different attorneys in the Tri-State area.
A certified Breath Coach will conduct one-hour sessions in person or via telehealth. During these sessions, you will learn the importance of proper breathing, expand your knowledge about the physiology, energetic and practical aspects of breathwork and build your own breath practice by conducting exercises to nourish your physical and mental health.
Supervision to obtain LCSW licensing
Supervision is offered for therapists seeking LCSW licensing, and for therapists interested in managing individual, group, couples and family cases. Supervision helps a therapist to understand what a patient is saying and what the patient avoids saying. Together we work to understand symptomatology, psychopathology, patient diagnosis, patient’s psychological state of development, the transference message, and what the patient’s resistances are towards saying everything and toward growing and developing emotionally. Therapists are helped to understand their own feelings and thoughts with respect to their reactions (both objective and subjective) to the patient. Service is provided via telehealth individually and/or in group.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapist working with several people at the same time. Different types of group therapy are offered using different modalities, such as outcome oriented Evidenced Based Practices, Cognitive Behavioral, Psychoeducational, Skills Development or Support group for a 90-minute session. Individuals will be referred to group therapy based on clinical need. This service can be combined with individual and or can be offered as the sole service delivery based on clinical need.