Sarah McCaslin, MDiv, LCSW

Therapist and PSI Executive Director

Sarah McCaslin is devoted to fostering the human capacity for resilience, growth and meaning-making, even under the most daunting circumstances. She believes in the inherent spirituality of all people to be a resource for achieving healing and wholeness.

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Viviane Zaccour

Clinical Intern

Viviane Zaccour is a dedicated and empathetic professional pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Touro University, New York.

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Shivam Gosai, MS


Shivam is a psychotherapist who believes the therapeutic journey is not one of fixing perceived damages but of rediscovering the wholeness that has been there all along. He collaborates with clients to explore their inner worlds and partners with their best selves to achieve deep healing and emotional growth.

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Dharmachi Ananta


Dharmachari Ananta, is a certified Mindfulness teacher through Brown University and ordained Buddhist within the Triratna tradition. He has taught meditation and dharma for over fifteen years, is a guide and mentor to people training for ordination in his tradition, and has cumulatively spent three years on retreat. He recently taught mindfulness to under-served communities as part of a Fellowship with the Interfaith Center of New York.

Craig Sloane, LSCW, CASAC, CSAT


Craig is a psychotherapist in private practice in NYC and a qualified MBSR teacher through Brown University. Craig specializes in working with developmental trauma, addiction recovery, harm reduction psychotherapy, sexuality and life transitions. In addition to teaching MBSR Craig has facilitated community based mindfulness programs and corporate workplace mindfulness workshops.

Lana Hurst, MHC-LP


Lana Hurst (she/her) cares deeply about helping her client’s step into their journeys with greater courage and authenticity. Her work with clients includes those navigating gender identity, sexual orientation, relationship concerns, anxiety, depression, spiritual issues, and religious trauma.

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