Arianna Argotte, MHC-LP

“People tend to be hard on themselves and see their ways of being or ways of coping as maladaptive or wrong, but my therapy is rooted in the belief that these skills or habits were once useful and vital in getting the client to the place they are now.”


Training & Logistics


Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - University of Missouri- Columbia

Masters in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness - New York University

Techniques trained in: AEDP


Location: 96 W. Houston St. New York
Trains nearby: 123, ACE, BDFM, NQRW
Frequency options: Weekly, Biweekly (if necessary)

Exchange: $120/session

Financial need: Please book a free phone consultation to learn more and explore my sliding scale options together.

Payment Options: Credit Card


I work with people on a wide range of issues. The following are a few of my specialties (this list is not all-inclusive):

  • Trauma (with a focus on sexual assault/ domestic violence/ childhood sexual abuse)

  • PTSD

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Relationship Issues

  • Women’s Issues

If I have never been to therapy before, what should I expect? How do I know if I should go, and how do I start?

Beginning therapy—even doing research on it before you’ve made up your mind—is usually an indication that you’re taking the time to prioritize yourself and who you are and are seeking guidance in doing that. If you’ve never been to therapy before, and you’re coming to see me, you can expect the first session to be more of a casual conversation. We will get to know each other a little and you will have the chance to fill me in on whatever you want me to know. Therapy will not and should not push you past a point of feeling safe; it should challenge you, but never to the point where you feel pressured. Even if you determine that therapy doesn’t feel like the right fit for you at this time, doing the research is a wonderful thing to do for yourself. 


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