Through her Manhattan-based private practice, Catherine provides individual psychotherapy tailored to the needs of each client.
Drawing from cognitive behavioral and evidence-based treatment modalities, Catherine engages her clients in discovering the coping skills and strategies that best align with their own values and goals. Her compassionate and empathetic approach provides a safe space to mindfully hold and sort through the losses and traumas of life, while equipping her clients to sustain the changes and challenges ahead.
Whether in need of immediate guidance or seeking a deeper understanding and self-awareness, contact Catherine for support surrounding:
- Sports performance
- Eating disorders
- Managing and adjusting to change
- Adolescent and young adult issues
- Interpersonal relationships
- Grief and loss
Fees and Insurance
Catherine is in-network with Cigna. She also accommodates out-of-network reimbursement and offers a sliding scale fee schedule.
Catherine is available to dance companies and communities for mental health consulting and critical incident care through whatever challenges they may be facing. A skilled group and workshop facilitator, Catherine has presented and led discussions on topics such as:
- Dance injuries
- Emotional intelligence
- Stress management
- Grief and loss
- Interpersonal effectiveness
- Sexual harassment
- The New York State Workers' Compensation Law
Catherine’s The Mindful Dancer lecture series is designed to help pre-professional dancers better observe, identify, and understand their own emotions. Dancers learn how to use mindfulness and other evidence-based coping strategies to build awareness and resilience throughout their careers. Through didactic teaching, activities, and open discussion, Catherine offers tangible tools to mitigate stress, challenge negative self-talk, and enhance performance in all areas of life. Please contact Catherine for more information on how these lectures might be tailored to your specific dance training program.