Christine Malossi

Through decades of study and personal experience of depth psychology, yoga, meditation, and dance, I’ve come to understand that our bodies provide a doorway into the unconscious. I view the psychotherapeutic process as an opportunity to slow down and develop a deeper awareness of your body and mind, and how both are impacted by your experiences, memories, thoughts, and feelings. By developing this awareness, you tap into a well of inner wisdom, which can lead to transformative insight and meaningful, lasting change. This process can be challenging, and I am here to be your guide as we collaborate to create your unique path to self-knowledge, self-acceptance, and transformation. I am committed to providing a space that is safe, open, and judgment-free, within which you will learn to trust your own instinctive knowledge.

As a clinician, yoga teacher, and hospice volunteer, I’ve worked with people across the spectrum of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic background, dealing with a wide range of issues. I have a particular interest in working with individuals who are exploring their spirituality or experiencing existential crises; undergoing life transitions, grief/loss, or chronic/terminal illness; or struggling with identity, relationship, and body image issues. While the foundation of my approach to therapy is psychodynamic, emotion-focused, and body-centered, I may incorporate other modalities, such as CBT and mindfulness, to meet the unique needs of each person with whom I work.

I have an MSEd in Mental Health Counseling from Hunter College, as well as a BA from New York University. I completed post-baccalaureate studies at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as more than 1,000 hours of training and 13 years of professional experience as a certified yoga and meditation teacher.

You can learn more about me on my website, here. I offer both in-person and virtual sessions.
Feel free to reach out to me via phone, text, or email. I look forward to connecting with you.

Call/text: 212-729-3035
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