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PSI Welcomes Mia Tootill, LCSW, CMT-P, CIMHP to Our Clinical Staff

The Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute is thrilled to welcome Mia Tootill, LCSW, CMT-P, CIMHP to our clinical staff. Mia is an integrative psychotherapist and polyvagal theory consultant whose aim is to help clients slow down, get to know their nervous systems better, and feel empowered to acknowledge and advocate for their needs. Mia is a […]

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) for Clinicians

Cultivating mindfulness and meditation reduces symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression and chronic pain. For mental health clinicians these benefits can support wellness, minimize burnout and provide a foundation for incorporating mindfulness and meditation into clinical practice. The classic 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course is offered for mental health clinicians, clergy, chaplains, and others

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Mental Health for Techno-Sapiens: Spiritually-Informed Psychotherapy in a (Dis)Connected World

  WHEN: Friday, February 2, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm ETWHERE: Either ONLINE or in-person at Trinity Commons, 76 Trinity Place, NYC Digital technology is fundamentally changing what it means to be human. On an individual level, we are more reliant than ever on our smartphones, leading one scholar to conclude that even if we are

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PSI Welcomes Lana Hurst, MHC-LP as a Staff Therapist

The Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute is thrilled to welcome Lana Hurst, MHC-LP, to our clinical staff. Lana (she/her) recently graduated from Fordham University with an MA in Mental Health Counseling and Spiritual Integration. As a clinical intern with PSI last year, Lana provided therapy services to clients, focusing on issues of gender identity, sexual orientation,

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