To schedule a free consultation or make an appointment, you may email Anushua and Shivam directly, or contact our intake department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anushua Arif, MS
Anushua believes that clients are experts of their own lives. Through a trustful and collaborative therapeutic relationship, individuals can begin the process of gaining control over their thoughts and inner dialogues, in order to create new narratives that will grant them the lives they wish to curate.
As a Bangladeshi emigrant, she is particularly interested in working with individuals and families in marginalized communities, hoping to help those struggling with cultural and religious conflicts, racial and generational trauma, as well as identity crises that may arise from migration and assimilation. She is fluent in Bangla, Hindi and Urdu.
Having grown up in Bangladesh and then attending college and graduate school in the US, Anushua uses her knowledge of both cultures as a therapist and aims to integrate the unique blend of traditional Western education with holistic Eastern influences in her practice. In her therapy sessions she draws from Family Systems and Narrative Theory, alongside incorporating mindfulness techniques, primarily through a strength-based approach.
Anushua is a permit holder in Marriage and Family therapy and provides psychotherapeutic treatment to couples, families and individual clients through teletherapy and in-person at the PSI West Village office.
Anushua can be reached at email@example.com
Shivam Gosai, MS
Shivam Gosai, MS, 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.
Shivam’s therapeutic approach centers around Depth/Jungian Psychology and Internal Family Systems (IFS). He also incorporates psychodynamic and attachment-based psychotherapy into his practice. Every session is spiritually and trauma-informed, taking into account the entirety of each client’s lived experience.
Shivam specializes in helping individual clients with the following:
- Trauma & PTSD
- Religious Trauma
- Spiritual development
- Personal growth
- Self-awareness and mindfulness
- Loneliness and interpersonal challenges
- Race and ethnicity issues
Shivam has always placed spiritual and emotional growth at the forefront of his life. As a young adult, he studied Hindu Spirituality (Advaita Vedanta) in a three-year intensive course at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam in South India. Upon returning to the United States, Shivam completed his M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Villanova University. He is currently a Ph.D. student of Depth Psychology and has received advanced training in Internal Family Systems.
Shivam is a permit holder in mental health counseling and sees individual clients in the state of New York through teletherapy and in-person at the PSI Fulton Street office.
Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute
50 Fulton Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10038