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Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

Empowering you to thrive with compassionate cAre from our clinical team

Our clinical team is made up of highly trained and experienced mental health professionals who are dedicated to providing compassionate and effective care to our clients. Our team includes licensed therapists, counselors, and social workers who specialize in a range of therapeutic approaches and modalities.

Each member of our clinical team is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest research and best practices in mental health care, and we work collaboratively to provide comprehensive and personalized treatment to our clients. We believe in a holistic approach to mental health and wellness, and we strive to empower our clients to achieve their goals and live their best lives.

We understand that seeking mental health care can be a difficult and vulnerable experience, and we are committed to providing a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment for our clients. Our clinical team is dedicated to helping our clients achieve lasting change and improved well-being, and we are honored to be a part of their journey toward healing and growth.

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Meet The Team

Clinical Team 


Kaiya Fine, MA, MHC-LP

Simone Schultz, MA, LMHC, LMSW, LPC, CASAC, NCC



Simone Schultz is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Licensed Social Worker (LMSW), and a Credentialed Alcohol and Substance use Counselor (CASAC) with comprehensive training and credentials in forensic psychology, clinical mental health counseling, trauma, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy, social work, and addiction treatment. Her client-centered and strengths-based approach empowers clients to progress toward growth.  Simone is licensed in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas. 

Simone prioritizes offering a non-judgmental and supportive safe space for her clients and tailors therapy to fit individual needs. Her areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, panic disorder, agoraphobia, depression, trauma, and substance use disorders. Her primary modalities utilized include but are not limited to EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy), SFT Solution Focused Therapy), Mindfulness, Interoceptive Exposure, and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) informed interventions. Additionally, Simone has extensive experience working with healthcare professionals, law enforcement personnel, and first responders. She prioritizes your well-being and creates a path toward healing.

Simone's Message to Clients

Do you ever feel that you just want to hide? Everything seems so overwhelming. You forget to breathe. Your friends invite you out and you say no, but what you really want to say is yes. You continue to miss opportunities and always think about excuses to come up with to avoid being in situations that make you feel uncomfortable. You are lonely and often feel isolated, but it feels so scary to put yourself out there. You are not even sure who you really are outside of your worries. You feel that no one can really understand you or what you are going through.  


You once loved your job, yet you often find yourself feeling burned out and unable to enjoy things the way you used to. You feel that you need to be seen as capable and ready to handle anything that gets dropped in your lap. While you love helping others so much, you are not used to accepting that kind of support yourself. Let’s change that.


Therapy is hard work and tough. But so are you! I know what it feels like when no one gets you. I truly get it. Together we can work on getting you to the place you want to be in. I can provide the guidance and support that will help you fulfill the areas in your life that you’re coming up short on. If you would like to work with a therapist who can relate and really gets you, let’s connect! 


Email us today for your FREE 15-minute consultation to make sure you feel like I am a good fit!

Kaiya Fine is a passionate Clinical Therapist with provisional license in Mental Health Counseling (MHC-LP) in the state of New York. She has received comprehensive training and credentials in forensic psychology, clinical mental health counseling, trauma, and addiction treatment, earning her master’s degree in forensic mental health counseling from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She specializes in working with individuals to address emotional challenges and foster positive behavioral changes.


Her time as a clinician on a FACT team was spent providing comprehensive support to justice-involved individuals, delivering community-based services and emphasizes evidence-based therapeutic approaches. She has an extensive history working with crisis intervention services which has enriched her skills in delivering trauma informed care and providing support. Her areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, and substance use disorders. Her primary modalities utilized include but are not limited to ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), SFT Solution Focused Therapy), Mindfulness, and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) informed interventions. She prioritizes expanding access to mental health care and providing a safe and nonjudgmental space.

Kaiya's Message to Clients

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Do you ever find yourself brushing off your challenges, thinking they're too small to discuss? Life can feel like a constant juggling act, leaving you breathless and longing for a place to hide. Social invitations come your way, but you hesitate, choosing isolation over the discomfort of social situations. Loneliness creeps in, and you wonder who you are beyond the weight of your worries. Let's change that narrative. I get it - the struggle of feeling like no one truly understands. Together, let’s reshape your journey. Whether day-to-day stressors, past traumas, struggles with addiction, or the weight of anxiety are holding you back, let’s tackle them head on.


For my community of color, facing daily microaggressions, navigating the weight of generational trauma, and overcoming barriers to accessing therapeutic services that may not always cater to your unique needs, know that I’m here to support you. As a therapist specializing in addiction, trauma, depression, and anxiety, I offer a space that is not just welcoming, creative, and professional but is also dedicated to understanding the nuances of your unique journey. No concern is too small; they're just the stepping stones toward a more resilient you.


Therapy is a transformative journey - tough, yes, but so are you! I specialize in supporting individuals who may think their problems are too insignificant to discuss but are feeling the impact daily, especially those who have limited experience with therapy. 

Together, we can navigate life's twists and turns, rediscovering joy, purpose, and resilience. Your story and your impact matters, and I'm here to help you reclaim and redefine it in a space that respects and celebrates your unique identity. 

Email us today for a FREE 15-minute consultation. Let's make sure you feel I'm the right fit for your journey.

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Eliza Kielty, MA, MHC-LP

clinical therapist

Jesse Sturtz, MS, MHC-LP

clinical therapist

Eliza Kielty is a compassionate provisionally licensed Clinical Therapist (MHC-LP) in the state of New York. She is dedicated to providing empathetic and effective counseling services, with a focus on creating a safe and supportive space for her clients. Eliza's training and expertise encompass various areas, including clinical mental health counseling, complex trauma, forensic psychology, and addiction treatment. She is committed to tailoring therapy to meet the unique needs of each client and strives to offer a diverse range of interventions based on those needs. As a practitioner with a client-centered and relational approach, Eliza empowers individuals to progress towards personal growth by creating a non-judgmental environment where clients feel understood and supported. 

Her expertise is in addressing anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, relational issues, substance use disorders, navigating life changes, coping skills, women's issues, and self-esteem. Her therapeutic approach utilizes a range of modalities, including relational therapy, psychodynamic approaches, trauma-focused interventions, strengths-based therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Additionally, Eliza is dedicated to staying informed and incorporating evidence-based interventions into her practice. With a commitment to ongoing professional development, she looks forward to fostering positive change and growth in her clients as they navigate their individual paths to healing.​

Eliza's Message to Clients

Do you often find yourself consumed by anxiety, wrestling with overwhelming emotions, and navigating a sense of feeling undervalued or overlooked? It feels like life is a constant struggle, and catching a break seems impossible. Perhaps you've experienced trauma that lingers, adding an extra layer of difficulty to your daily challenges.

You yearn for a sense of relief, to escape from the pressures and stressors of life. Simple tasks become monumental, and you forget what it's like to feel unencumbered. Despite having connections, you feel alone in your journey. Loneliness and isolation have become familiar companions as you attempt to self-preserve by creating physical and emotional distance. In the midst of it all, you've lost touch with who you truly are, overshadowed by persistent worries. It seems like nobody really understands the depth of your struggles.

The pressure to appear capable and ready for anything has left you neglecting your own well-being. Despite your natural inclination to help others, accepting support for yourself feels foreign.

I've been in that place where it feels like nobody understands. Together, we can embark on the journey to the place you want to be. I offer the understanding, guidance, and support you need to bridge the gaps in your life. If you're looking for a therapist who comprehends your struggles, let's connect. It's time to take the first step toward healing and rediscovering yourself.

Email us today for a FREE 15-minute consultation, ensuring you feel confident that I am the right fit for you. 

Jesse Sturtz is an empathetic and open-minded mental health counselor with a provisional license in New York. He works by providing a judgment-free space for his clients and believes that counseling should be custom-tailored to every person’s needs. Every person is different, so it is important to Jesse to be able to hear out his clients and help them to become the best version of themselves. His training and experience include but are not limited to treating PTSD, anxiety, depression, and substance use in adults, teens, and LGBT+ populations.


Jesse’s approach varies from person to person, and his practice utilizes CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy), and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) among other approaches. No matter which approach he utilizes, Jesse is transparent with whoever he is working with and likes to make therapy a collaborative effort. This way, he can ensure that every single one of his clients gets all of their needs met in a way that works for them.


Jesse’s Message to clients


Have you ever felt like you just couldn’t move forward? Like you’re being held down by the past and just can’t seem to move on? You want to take risks and get out into the world but are worried that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. When people ask what’s wrong, you can’t explain it, but you know that your struggles are real. There’s so much that you want to enjoy, but you’re held back because you don’t know if you can handle it. Sometimes nothing sounds better than to curl up into a ball and hide away. And yet you are expected to continue with your daily life as if there is nothing wrong. But it doesn’t need to be this way. There is hope. 


Often your past experiences can feel like a wet blanket, over you at all times, influencing you in ways that you may not understand. Ways that nobody seems to understand. Ways that you would do anything to understand and unravel. Therapy is truly about understanding yourself in ways that you never before thought possible. And working together with your therapist to become the best version of who you are. 


Whether you think that your problems are too big or too small for therapy, or if you are already convinced that therapy is right for you and are just looking for the right fit, I am here for you. You are one of a kind, and you deserve for your therapy to be one of a kind as well. Don’t hesitate. Reach out and allow me to come along with you on your therapeutic journey.


Email us for a free 15-minutes consultation so that we can see together if I am a good fit for your needs. 

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Lana James, MA, MFT-LP

Jasmine Jackson, MSEd, MHC- LP



Jasmine Jackson is a dynamic Mental Health Counselor holding a provisional license (MHC-LP) in New York, having earned her Masters of Education in Mental Health Counseling from the prestigious Fordham University. Currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Seton Hall University, Jasmine exemplifies a commitment to lifelong learning and professional growth. Her specialization lies in providing support to individuals and couples grappling with emotional and attachment issues, as well as those navigating anxiety, depression, ADHD, suicidal ideation, as well as individuals interested in breaking intergenerational trauma. Jasmine's approach is characterized by empathy, insight, and a dedication to fostering holistic well-being for her clients.


Throughout her career, Jasmine Jackson has passionately served children in community-based programs, specializing in developmental issues. Her dedication to aiding these young individuals extends to her experience in crisis intervention during her internship year at Fordham, where she honed her skills within a private practice setting. Jasmine's therapeutic toolkit encompasses modalities such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), EFT (emotionally focused therapy), and psychodynamic approaches. Above all, she cultivates an empathic environment that fosters trust and acceptance, ensuring her clients feel understood and supported without judgment.

Jasmine's Message to Clients

Are you weighed down by the heavy burden of intergenerational trauma, struggling with emotional and attachment issues, overwhelmed by anxiety, battling with depression, wrestling with suicidal thoughts, or feeling lost in the whirlwind of ADHD? Life can feel like an uphill battle, leaving you exhausted and uncertain of where to turn for help. But you don't have to navigate this journey alone. Together, we can rewrite your narrative.

I understand the depth of your pain and the complexity of your struggles. As a therapist specializing in intergenerational trauma, emotional and attachment issues, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, ADHD, and more, I offer a safe haven where you can unmask your vulnerabilities without fear of judgment. Your pain is valid, and your experiences matter.

Let's embark on this transformative journey together. Through evidence-based approaches tailored to your unique needs, such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), EFT (emotionally focused therapy), and psychodynamic techniques, we can uncover the roots of your pain and develop coping strategies to help you navigate life's challenges with resilience.

No issue is too daunting, and no emotion is too overwhelming. Your healing is within reach, and I'm here to guide you every step of the way. Together, we can cultivate a space of healing, growth, and empowerment, where you can rediscover your strength, reclaim your joy, and rewrite your story. Your journey toward healing starts here.

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Olesya  Lyukevich, MA, MHC-LP

clinical therapist

Olesya Lyukevich is a clinical therapist with a provisional license in the state of New York (MHC-LP). Olesya has extensive experience working in the medical field for the past ten years. After realizing her interest in working with and helping people, she pursued her Master’s degree in mental health counseling. Her areas of expertise and populations include immigration counseling, older adulthood, chronic pain, addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma recovery, self-esteem issues, relationship concerns, and life transitions. She offers therapy in both English and Russian. Olesya utilizes a client-centered collaborative approach, developing strategies not only to overcome situational hardships but also to navigate all life spheres in order to create a fulfilling life.

Olesya possesses a warm personality and provides a compassionate environment where clients feel accepted and can safely explore their thoughts, feelings, and past experiences. She develops treatment plans tailored to the individual’s specific needs, strives to develop resilience, and empowers her clients. She utilizes a holistic approach that integrates evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including but not limited to acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), a psychodynamic approach, mindfulness-based techniques, psychoeducation, and solution-focused therapy. Her mission is to foster a collaborative therapeutic relationship built on trust, respect, and mutual understanding. She is dedicated to providing personalized care that honors diverse cultural backgrounds and experiences.


Olesya’s Message to Clients

Have you ever felt like things will never get better or that there is no point in trying? Or perhaps you feel that no one can understand your pain, and you berate yourself and feel guilty? Or maybe you are seeing the world through a negative lens, expecting the worst in every situation?

Sometimes, when current life stressors or thoughts about our past overwhelm us, it seems that our lives stop. We may feel that we are not the same anymore, and life will never be enjoyable. Sometimes we may experience excruciating emotional pain that seems to never go away.

I am here to help you alleviate your suffering and increase the quality of your life. As you navigate through these challenging times, I want to take a moment to express my heartfelt support for you. Your journey towards a better life is incredibly brave, and I am honored to be a part of it. Remember, healing is not always linear. There may be days when it feels like you are taking two steps forward and one step back, and that’s okay. Each step, however, no matter how small, demonstrates your strength and resilience.

I want you to know that you are not alone on your journey. I am here to support you, listen to you, understand you, and guide you throughout your journey. Whether you are facing conflicts, trauma, challenging life circumstances, or any mental health challenges, together we will work on strategies and discover tools to bring you to a better place. We will work together to learn how to treat yourself with more kindness and compassion.

I especially take pride in helping you develop tools to overcome specific emotional challenges and build your overall life so it can become exciting and enjoyable for you in the long run. Stay curious and hopeful, and remember that brighter days are ahead.

If you ever need to talk or seek support, don’t hesitate to reach out for a free 15-minute consultation. I can’t wait to hear from you.

Jessica  Gruboy, MA, MHC

clinical therapist

Jessica Gruboy is a compassionate Clinical Therapist with a provisional license (MHC-LP) in New York. She holds a Masters of Education in Mental Health Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University. Jessica’s primary clinical training involves working with adults and adolescents facing substance use disorders  Additionally, she has experience working with the LGBTQ+ community and with individuals dealing with depression and anxiety. Her main areas of expertise include addiction treatment, marriage and family therapy, perinatal mental health, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), relationship conflicts, complex PTSD, and trauma.


In her practice, she employs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, Trauma-Focused Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy. Her person-centered approach tailors the therapy experience to each client's needs, emphasizing their strengths and empowering them to take charge of their healing.


Jessica’s Message to Clients


Do you often feel weighed down by a cycle of anxiety, rumination, intrusive thoughts, and depression? Have you felt unable to fully enjoy exciting life events and transitions due to negative thinking and constant worry? Do you struggle with negative self-talk and low self-esteem? It might feel as though you wake up each day just hoping to survive until the next. You might feel lonely with your thoughts and as though no one understands the burden of your worry.


We all yearn to be understood and listened to in a non-judgmental space. As a therapist, I take a curious, open, and relational approach to understanding the narratives and stories of my clients’ lives and helping them empower themselves on their journeys to mental and emotional healing. I work with individuals struggling with anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, perinatal mental health, self-esteem issues, anger management, conflict resolution, boundary setting, relationship concerns, and more.


Drawing from my extensive experience in substance abuse treatment, I integrate cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, trauma-centered therapy, narrative therapy, and relational approaches into my practice. I believe that you are the key to your own healing and growth, and together, we can work to better understand the mental health concerns underlying your worry and embark on a journey of self-discovery, healing, and growth.

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Laura Guglielmi, MS, LMHC, CASAC

clinical supervisor

Lana James is a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT-LP) in the state of New York with a provisional license. After two decades serving in NY public schools as a teacher and administrator, Lana has pursued her passion to help others achieve self-empowerment by cultivating mental health through psychoeducation. 


Lana is a client-centered therapist, creating an inspirational safe space for self discovery through individualized plans with eclectic approaches that fit client interests and needs. Lana prioritizes providing culturally relevant care that honors all clients’ unique experiences, perspectives, and spirituality.


Lana’s areas of expertise include: teen & young adult issues (anxiety, post-secondary planning, college & career stress, relationships, sexuality), family issues (parenting, blended families, divorce), change of career/ life coaching, couples (pre-marital, newlyweds, long-term, polyamorous, interracial, LGBTQ, sex therapy).


Lana’s primary modalities include but are not limited to: ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Art Therapy, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy), Gottman Method, Imago Relationship Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, Somatic Therapy, and SFT (Solution Focused Therapy) informed interventions. 

Lana's Message to Clients

Do you really know YOU? 


Are you seeking to define who you are? Know what you want? Identify and grow your strengths? Identify personal or professional passions? Finish high school strong and start to “adult?” Adult better? Parent or Family better? Explore self-care strategies to feel empowered and grounded? Love and be loved with confidence? Enjoy your relationship again? Start over in a new career or after divorce? End negative patterns that stunt you?


Whether you’re 13, 23, 33, 43, 53, every age in between and beyond each phase in life presents amazing challenges and chances for growth. “Health” truly “is wealth,” and we’re fortunate to enjoy the biggest humankind awareness to date that this too includes mental health. Our minds are amazing tools capable of healing, creating, self-expression, self-actualization, making new connections, and innovation. 


We often and easily self-care for our bodies – go to the gym/ salon/barber, adapt a clothing style, shower/ shave/ scent yet many of us neglect the mind connection to health. Could you benefit from a safe space to reflect, vent, explore, learn, find support, grow your own accountability and toolbox to conscientiously craft a happy life?

Email us today for your FREE 15-minute consultation to make sure you feel like I am a good fit!


Nicole Layer, MA, MHC

clinical therapist

Nicole Layer is a compassionate Mental Health Counselor holding a provisional license (MHC-LP) in New York, who brings warmth and dedication to her practice. With a Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Hofstra University, Nicole is dedicated to continued learning and professional development tailored to her clients' needs.

Drawing from person-first and trauma-informed perspectives, Nicole specializes in supporting individuals navigating anxiety, depression, trauma, challenges in interpersonal dynamics, and LGBTQIA+ concerns. Her therapeutic style is characterized by empathy, psychoeducation, and unwavering transparency.


Nicole is steadfast in her commitment to helping clients achieve their therapeutic goals, and strives to cultivate an environment that is safe, supportive, and nurturing. She seeks to ensure that every client feels heard, understood, valued, and respected throughout their journey toward wellness.


Grounded in a person-first philosophy, Nicole prioritizes clients’ humanity over clinical labels, embracing a range of therapeutic modalities including CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical-Behavioral therapy), solution-focused therapy, and mindfulness approaches. Above all, she aims to create a therapeutic space where clients feel empowered, validated, and supported without judgment, fostering an environment conducive to growth and healing.


Nicole’s Message to Clients


In the journey of life, we all face challenges that can weigh heavily on us. Sometimes these challenges, and the effort expended in overcoming them, cast a heavy darkness on our heart and mind. Whether those challenges are grappling with anxiety, navigating the depths of depression, confronting past traumas, or navigating the complexities of identity within the LGBTQIA+ spectrum - know that you are not alone.

Anxiety, depression, trauma – these are not just abstract clinical terms to me. They are experiences that I've seen, heard, and helped navigate countless times before. Ultimately, though everyone’s journey is unique, what remains constant is my dedication to your well-being.

Regardless of where you are in your journey, whether you're taking your first steps or you've been on this path for a while, I want you to know that there is hope, and there is a light, and together, we will find it. Together, we can explore your strengths, navigate the twists and turns of your inner landscape, and uncover paths towards healing and resilience. I believe in you, I believe in your capacity for change, and I believe in your ability to rewrite your story.

You deserve to feel heard, understood, and supported without judgment. That is exactly what I will provide – a safe, compassionate space where you can be authentically you. A space where your experiences are honored, and where your voice is valued.

So, if you're ready to take that brave step towards a brighter tomorrow, I'm here to help guide you along each step of the way. Let's embark on this journey together, with empathy, patience, and understanding.


Ariel Richard

clinical therapist in training

Ariel Richard is a compassionate Mental Health Counseling Intern and dedicated Manager of Crisis Services and Operations at her local crisis center. Her journey in the mental health field is rooted in a profound commitment to helping others, backed by extensive training in clinical mental health counseling, crisis intervention, and suicide risk assessment.


While Ariel’s expertise shines in crisis intervention, her passions extend to various aspects of mental health. She is deeply interested in supporting individuals navigating trauma, depression, life transitions, and interpersonal conflicts. Ariel tailors her approach to meet the unique needs of each client, utilizing a range of therapeutic modalities. She particularly enjoys humanistic and psychoanalytic therapies, such as gestalt and existential approaches, alongside narrative therapy and other client-centered modalities.



Ariel’s Message to Clients


Are you in a season where you’re feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or simply behind in life? Have you been comparing yourself to others? Do you feel uncertain about your next steps, or struggling with knowing your own purpose and potential? Or maybe past traumas are weighing you down, making it hard to move forward.


My start in the mental health field was driven by a desire to support individuals just like you, who felt weighed down from the pressure to succeed.Whether you’re dealing with the pressure to succeed, navigating religious trauma, forming your identity, or seeking purpose and meaning, I want to help.


I strongly believe in the transformative power of the therapeutic relationship. Building trust and rapport with my clients, along with providing a safe and culturally-competent space, is at the heart of my practice. This connection is the foundation for your experience in therapy.


I’m driven by a desire to understand and connect with others on a profound level. I’m here to guide and support you on your journey towards growth, healing, and self-discovery. Together, we can create a life that feels authentic and fulfilling for you. I invite you to send us an email to schedule a 15-minute consultation and see if we’re a good fit!


Alexandra Fisher, LCSW

clinical supervisor

Alex is a Philadelphia-based, New York bred, Licensed Clinical Therapist (LCSW).

She is a cis-gendered, Jewish, Queer practitioner, and she takes her moral and ethical obligation to continue informing herself as a wellness professional seriously.

Since 2016, she has been working with individuals, families, and couples in outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling. She has worked with people from all socio-economic backgrounds, religious practices, sexual and gender identities, as well as physical and cognitive abilities. She works with clients over the age of fourteen.

She has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Fordham University, and is licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and New York. She engages regularly in continuing education and training in a variety of topics, including CRT, and inclusive feminism. She has a certification in Performance Leadership from ECornell. ​

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Laura Guglielmi is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Use Counselor (CASAC) with comprehensive training and credentials in forensic psychology, clinical mental health counseling, and addiction treatment. She graduated from Niagara University and has extensive experience working with both forensic and general populations. Laura’s approach is person-centered and trauma-focused, tailoring treatment to meet the unique needs of each individual and empowering clients to progress toward growth and healing. She is licensed in New York.


Laura offers a non-judgmental and supportive safe space for her clients. Her areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, addiction, depression, and trauma. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic modalities, including ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy), SFT (Solution-Focused Therapy), Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing.


Laura’s Message to Clients


Do you ever feel like life is just too overwhelming? Do you find yourself constantly anxious, struggling to get through each day, or relying on unhealthy ways to cope? Maybe you are unsure of who you are outside of your worries. Let’s change that.


Therapy is challenging, but you have the strength to navigate it. I understand how it feels to believe no one truly understands you. I’m here to support you to address the areas in your life where you feel you're struggling. If you're ready to work with a therapist who genuinely wants to invest in learning about you, let's connect!


Email us today for your FREE 15-minute consultation to see if we’re a good fit!

clinical CONSULTANT AND supervisor

Dr. Susannah Mileshin

Dr. Susannah Mileshina (NYS Licensed Clinical Psychologist) is a clinical consultant and supervisor at H.A.R.M.O.N.Y.  In her supervisory practice, Susannah aims to help trainees discover and leverage their unique strengths. Susannah’s supervisory orientation is developmental; that is, she is concerned with building upon trainees’ existing clinical understanding and supporting their development of a personally authentic, effective clinical praxis. 

Susannah earned her doctorate in counseling psychology from Fordham University. Throughout her graduate training and early career, she worked in a variety of settings, including an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, on an ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) team, in college counseling centers, schools and in community mental health clinics. Susannah draws upon her experience working with couples, families and individuals as well as her background in multicultural counseling to make sense of complex clinical situations. She has special expertise in the treatment of childhood trauma, CPTSD, and adult ADHD. Her integrative approach incorporates Jungian theory, Internal Family Systems, and emergent understanding of trauma from within the recovery community. She is the clinic director and director of training at The Miles Clinic.

Support Team 
Zack Arvai

Tech Support Specialist 

Zack is an integral part of the Harmony Mental Health Counseling team, bringing decades of operational management experience coupled with a fervent passion for tech support. With a career dedicated to ensuring smooth and efficient operations, Zack has seamlessly transitioned into a role that combines his managerial acumen with his unwavering commitment to supporting the clinician team. His unique blend of skills and expertise makes them an invaluable asset in maintaining the technological backbone of our practice.


Background and Expertise:


Zack boasts an impressive professional journey marked by a wealth of experience in operational management. With a track record spanning several decades, he has consistently demonstrated a knack for optimizing processes, streamlining workflows, and delivering results in various organizational settings.

While Zack's career has been adorned with successes in management, his heart has always been drawn to the world of technology. He has embraced this passion as an opportunity to bridge the gap between operational excellence and the ever-evolving technological needs of a modern mental health practice.

At Harmony Mental Health Counseling, Zack leverages his experience to ensure that our clinicians have the seamless tech infrastructure they need to deliver top-notch care to our clients. His dedication extends beyond troubleshooting and technical problem-solving; he is also committed to providing unwavering support to our clinician team. Zack understands that when clinicians have the right tools and a dependable tech support system, they can focus their energy on what truly matters—providing compassionate and effective mental health care.

Barbara Gelencser

intake Specialist/administrative assistant 

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Bridget Bodo

Executive assistant 

Barbara is the intake specialist and administrative assistant at

H.A.R.M.O.N.Y. Mental Health Counseling Services, where she ensures

the careful handling and management of client information with a

strong emphasis on confidentiality and security.

With a degree in Psychology and extensive experience in various

customer support and administrative roles, Barbara brings a wealth of

expertise to her position. Her career is defined by a strong commitment

to customer service and operational excellence.

At H.A.R.M.O.N.Y., Barbara plays a vital role in ensuring the smooth

operation of the practice and providing essential support to the team.

She excels in managing schedules, coordinating meetings, handling

correspondence, maintaining records, delivering exceptional

administrative support with her proactive approach.

Background and Experience

Barbara's professional journey includes serving as a Consular Assistant

at the Consulate General of Hungary and thriving in customer-facing

roles such as at Bloomingdale's. These experiences have honed her

interpersonal skills and organizational acumen, enabling her to build

productive relationships and deliver outstanding service.

Proficient in tools like Word, Excel, and SAP, along with expertise in

database management and record-keeping, Barbara adeptly manages

confidential tasks and resolves complex issues. Her bilingual proficiency

in English and Hungarian enhances her versatility and ability to connect

with a diverse range of individuals.

With a friendly demeanor and a talent for multitasking, Barbara thrives

in dynamic environments and is always ready to assist colleagues and

clients alike. She is passionate about leveraging her skills to contribute

to the mission of providing compassionate and effective mental health

care at H.A.R.M.O.N.Y.

Bridget serves as the dedicated Executive Assistant at Harmony Mental Health Counseling, providing invaluable support and organizational expertise to ensure the seamless operation of our mental health counseling practice.

Bridget is managing administrative tasks with precision and efficiency. She plays a pivotal role in project coordination, manages timelines, resources, and communication to meet goals.


Background and Experience


Bridget completed nursing school, where she gained a solid foundation in healthcare, patient care, and medical knowledge. This educational background provides her with a strong understanding of healthcare principles and patient needs.

Prior to joining Harmony Mental Health Counseling, she also worked as a dental technician, honing precision and attention to detail. 

Bridget also served as a massage therapist for a volleyball team, where she gained hands-on experience in sports medicine and wellness. She understands the importance of holistic well-being, which is reflected in her approach to mental health support. She also worked at a special hospital for rheumatoid patients in Europe, where she developed empathy, patience, and a deep understanding of patients with chronic conditions. These qualities contribute to her compassionate approach in our mental health counseling practice.

 In the pursuit of professional growth, Bridget also studied medical billing and coding, and this additional qualification equips her with the skills so valuable for our organization.


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