We are a growing group practice of therapists who specialize in a variety of treatment approaches tailored to best suit your needs.
Mental Health Counseling Services for
Children, Adolescents, and Adults
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At Creative Counseling, We are a group of Mental Health Counselors trained in a variety of methodologies including Play Therapy and CBT. We're here to help individuals, couples, and families through difficult times in their lives in an empathetic and healing environment.
Please take a look at our "Services" page for more information.
Therapists interested in professional development and learning new interventions, please check out this page. Included is an email list for updates on training in your area and access to our blog focusing on therapy resources. Feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss my consulting fees or if you would like to share some useful information as well!
My name is Carissa Boncardo. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor currently practicing in Mamaroneck, New York. I work with children, adolescents, and adults in both individual and family settings. I utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques including Play Therapy, Person-Centered approaches, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. My general philosophy as a counselor is that we all have the power to heal ourselves. I am here to give you the tools to do just that.
My name is Jennifer Driscoll. I am a Mental Health Counselor working on attaining my hours towards licensure. My mission as a counselor and educator is to provide a framework for my clients to achieve optimal mental health. Mental wellness, like physical wellness, requires quality care from the right clinician—the right clinician for your unique experiences, challenges, and goals.
My name is Katie Acompora. I am a Mental Health Counseling Intern working on attaining my hours towards graduation. My mission is to nurture the self-esteem of my clients and to be a supportive resource to families. I believe in validating your natural strengths and abilities while assisting you in creating wellness goals and opportunities for growth. We all have the freedom and power to experience healing.
My name is Stacy Roman. I attend New York University and am working towards a Masters in Mental Health Counseling. Prior to pursuing this degree, I worked as an elementary art teacher and worked with children and families for thirteen years through the Department of Children and Family Services in Las Vegas, NV. My goal and hope as a therapist is to provide a safe space in which clients have the opportunity to explore conscious and unconscious barriers to achieving their goals and growth.
My name is Shiersten Gallacher. I am a cisgender, female-identifying mother, life-long dancer, and advocate. I am a member of New York University’s world-renowned Master's Degree program in Applied Psychology, and "lived experience” psychotherapist who offers culturally-informed, whole-person therapy to diverse individuals from many backgrounds. Before joining NYU's psychology department, I studied Literature, dance, and art at the undergraduate level, and worked extensively in the non-profit sector. These experiences taught me that supporting the wellbeing of each client includes caring for the healthiness of their personal relationships and communities. I frequently draw from artistic practices to support individual and collective healing.
My name is Ashley Vera. I am currently a student in Mercy’s Master’s Program for Mental Health Counseling. My goal is to cultivate a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients to provide a trusting environment where you are free to come as you are. Through our collaboration, I hope to encourage your self reflection and desire to reach an overall sense of well-being.
My name is Regina Bowler. I am currently a student in Yeshiva University’s Master’s Program for Mental Health Counseling. I believe that therapy is not only useful when you have something wrong. It can also be a meaningful tool for the individual who wants to get to know and understand him/her/their self better. Much like going to the gym, therapy can increase strength, improve wellness, develop special skills, and build resilience.