In this time of the COVID-19 virus, we are offering phone & video sessions only.

If you are considering psychotherapy, please sign up online for a free 10-min phone consultation. You can also reach us at (212) 330-6867.

Holistic Psychotherapy

for Adults and Couples Mind Body Spirit

Holistic Psychotherapy

for Adults and Couples Mind Body Spirit

Becoming Who You Truly Long To Be!

As a holistic and depth oriented therapist, my role is to support my clients in finding wholeness — mind, body, and spirit — creating more joy, ease, and healthy relationships. I help my clients remember their empowered authentic voice and “tap back in” to their true self.

Free Resources for Coping During the COVID-19 Outbreak

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9 tips for couples struggling during the COVID-19 outbreak
Tips for Dealing with Anxiety in isolation during COVID-19
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Embracing Joy Offerings

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Curious about therapy?

Whether this is your first time reaching out for support or you have tried therapy before, learn more about our approach here…

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Our Approach

Through an intuitive, experiential, and collaborative approach, we help our clients cultivate a deepening of compassion for themselves and others.

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Resources, Links, Books

Looking for some supplemental support? Check out these resources, books and recommendations.

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Commonly Asked Questions

Here are some answers to common questions we get asked by clients about our psychotherapy services.

Testimonials

Blog Posts by Melissa Divaris Thompson, LMFT & Elena Covo, LMFT

Why creating a routine can be helpful during coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak is a global issue that is causing a lot of concerns for humans everywhere in the world. It is disrupting our lives, our economy, our finances, our social and family circles, as well as our physical and mental health. Our daily habits have changed, our life looks different, and everything happened so quickly, which is anxiety provoking. You might be working from home at this point, or waiting to go back to ...
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How vulnerability can help you enhance your relationship.

Being vulnerable in a romantic relationship. Throughout my experience working in France and now in the United States, I have observed partners going from regularly fighting and talking about breaking up to being close to one another and having a strong and secure attachment bond. So, what has helped them go from a stage of defensiveness and verbal attacks to a more peaceful lifestyle? I have noticed that couples that have learned and accepted to ...
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New Year, New You! – 3 Ways to Find Your Authentic Voice in 2019

To find your authentic voice, be an explorer. How so? Have you ever been to a new city and felt an undeniable vibe? Like the atmosphere was alive, breathing a certain feeling into your lungs. Some cities that come to mind are New Orleans, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Nashville, San Francisco, etc. Unmentioned, of course, the hundreds of quaint little towns scattered across the map. What do they all have in common? They don’t try ...
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How Overthinking a New Relationship Can Undermine Your Connection

The start of a fresh romance has its own unique learning curve. If you’re like most people, you may be tempted to analyze every little move. Yet, overthinking a new relationship can actually damage the authentic connection between you. Despite the intense and immediate connection that romance novels depict, usually that initial connection is fairly sensitive. In other words, it requires a bit of nurturing. Think of your new emotional connection as a little sapling. ...
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Why creating a routine can be helpful during coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak is a global issue that is causing a lot of concerns for humans everywhere in the world. It is disrupting our lives, our economy, our finances, our social and family circles, as well as our physical and mental health. Our daily habits have changed, our life looks different, and everything happened so quickly, which is anxiety provoking. You might be working from home at this point, or waiting to go back to ...
Read More

How vulnerability can help you enhance your relationship.

Being vulnerable in a romantic relationship. Throughout my experience working in France and now in the United States, I have observed partners going from regularly fighting and talking about breaking up to being close to one another and having a strong and secure attachment bond. So, what has helped them go from a stage of defensiveness and verbal attacks to a more peaceful lifestyle? I have noticed that couples that have learned and accepted to ...
Read More

New Year, New You! – 3 Ways to Find Your Authentic Voice in 2019

To find your authentic voice, be an explorer. How so? Have you ever been to a new city and felt an undeniable vibe? Like the atmosphere was alive, breathing a certain feeling into your lungs. Some cities that come to mind are New Orleans, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Nashville, San Francisco, etc. Unmentioned, of course, the hundreds of quaint little towns scattered across the map. What do they all have in common? They don’t try ...
Read More

How Overthinking a New Relationship Can Undermine Your Connection

The start of a fresh romance has its own unique learning curve. If you’re like most people, you may be tempted to analyze every little move. Yet, overthinking a new relationship can actually damage the authentic connection between you. Despite the intense and immediate connection that romance novels depict, usually that initial connection is fairly sensitive. In other words, it requires a bit of nurturing. Think of your new emotional connection as a little sapling. ...
Read More

Curious About Therapy?

If you are considering psychotherapy, please sign up online for a free 10-min phone consultation.

You can also reach us at (212) 330-6867.