The Therapist

 

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Relationships are a huge part of life. I want to help people feel fulfilled and present in their life and their relationships. I use mindfulness, attachment theory, and the latest findings in interpersonal neurobiology to promote healing within the self and relationships.

Stephanie Mazzanti, LCPC, E-RYT

I love what I do and feel extremely privileged to help others create meaning in their lives and in their relationships.  Amazingly we are finding in neurobiology that healthy relationships promote integration or healing in the brain from past traumas.  This means that when someone enters into therapy our relationship, mine as the therapist and yours as the client, is promoting health and healing in your brain.  Our relationship and work together will help restore balance and well-being in your life and in your relationships.   

I practice from a psychodynamic approach integrating mindfulness, attachment theory, and the latest findings in interpersonal neurobiology.  I am also a certified yoga instructor and have been teaching for the last 5 years.  Yoga is an optional intervention suggested when appropriate to supplement therapy; it is usually recommended for couples experiencing intimacy issues, anxiety, PTSD, or for any individual that is disconnected from their emotions or body.