The Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute (PSI) is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 1975, that provides psychotherapy, counseling, training, and continuing education to address the emotional and spiritual health of the people of New York City and beyond.
PSI’s interdisciplinary staff includes psychologists, pastoral psychotherapists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, spiritual directors, interfaith clergy, executive coaches and creative arts therapists. All of our clinicians are licensed in the State of New York and our services are offered on a sliding scale.
We provide integrated psychological services for:
- Individuals, couples, families and children
- Schools and educators
- Churches, synagogues and spiritual centers
- Communities and community leaders
- Businesses, corporations and executives
In addition, PSI provides programs supported by grants and donations. Our programs support distinct populations:
- Returning veterans from Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond
- Women and children in Brooklyn’s growing Muslim and Arab communities
- Continuing education and supervision of clergy for pastoral care and counseling
- Integrative creative leadership for executives and community leaders
- 12-Step recovery workshops for addictions of all kinds
- Marital (including pre-marital) and family counseling
- Programs of creative arts therapies in schools and for adults and families
PSI is interested in understanding your spiritual journey as well as your emotional and psychological needs. We address the connection between mind, body and spirit and the role that spirituality plays in emotional health and well-being.
To make an appointment, call (212) 285-0043 or contact a counselor by email.
We are an inclusive organization that serves people of all spiritualities, religious faiths, economic levels, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientations.
Board of Trustees
The Rev. John Kamas, Chair
Thomas Vitiello, Vice Chair
Lucy Martin Gianino, Secretary
David Sorblum, Treasurer
David H. De Porte
The Rev. Canon James G. Callaway, Chair Emeritus