Sept 9, 2019
I’m incredibly excited to formally announce:
I have officially opened a second location for my private practice on Wall St. in NYC!
I will be in my Wall St., NYC office on Wednesdays and Thursdays (to start).
I will continue to be in my Bohemia, Long Island office on Mondays and Tuesdays.
My website has all current info needed, including directions, etc. Links at top of page.
In addition, I made this page to make it easier to share this announcement.
Please share this page with friends, family, coworkers, and referrals.
Thank you for all of your support, encouragement and referrals.
(Additionally, stay tuned for my podcast release, hopefully soon!
If you’d like to be a guest on my show, reach out asap to learn more and to schedule a recording date!)
Share this post with everyone you know, please and thank you!!
Trisha Rossi, MA, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist
631-807-5929 (office landline)
Trisha is a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist and Professor of Psychology.
She has been in these roles for 12 and 13 years respectively. Specializing in (but not limited to) Anxiety, Mood, Behavior, Trauma, and Family Issues, Trisha helps people overcome a spectrum of difficulties that range from daily life stressors to major crisis situations. Being goal oriented and solution focused are her bottom line objectives which are accomplished by helping people feel better and problem solving issues in an efficient and timely manner. Opening a practice in New York City is Trisha’s newest venture. She is now offering her services and expanding her network at two locations, Wall St. NYC (available Wed and Thu), and Bohemia, Long Island, NY (available Mon and Tue). Additionally, stay tuned for her podcast, launching soon! Feel free to reach out directly any time for more information, she is happy and ready to connect.
My perspective on helping others
I’ve always had a natural instinct to connect with others deeply. It is an incredible privilege to have people share their intimate, vulnerable, and private thoughts, feelings, and experiences with me. I do not take this lightly or for granted. My approach in helping others starts with having a realistic, down to earth tone which allows me to express validation, humanization, comfort, and possible solutions (as needed) whether someone is in significant distress and crisis or dealing with a minor issue.
My philosophy is simple in regards to problem solving, effective communication, improving relationships, working towards reaching a personal maximum potential and in healing from trauma. It’s to identify thoughts, feelings, wants, and needs. I believe that as soon as a person is able to communicate these four insight oriented drives, life immediately begins to improve and problems get solved. While this may sound easy, for many people it takes time to gain insight, self-evaluate, uncover and accept why we are the way we are (considering both biology and life experiences), decide on what changes we are willing to make, and following through with those changes.
Through tragedy, trauma, crisis, hardship, distress, and failure, comes strength, rebirth, and resiliency. Learning from the past, adapting to the present, and preparing for the future is what therapy is all about, as is the human experience. Seeking and maintaining balance is a beautiful process to assist someone in finding and fulfilling. This remains my priority as both a therapist and professor.