David (Duvi) is a graduate student in NYU's Counseling for Mental Health & Wellness program and holds an MBA from NYU Stern. He uses a client-centered, integrative approach to counseling and believes that mental health is the foundation for overall wellbeing. David is deeply committed to creating a space where clients can be their authentic selves. He brings a lighthearted and approachable energy that helps to create a comfortable and non-judgmental environment for exploration and growth. In his free time, David enjoys writing plays, playing tennis, and traveling. He draws on his experience in the creative field to approach counseling from a holistic perspective and considers the unique cultural factors that may impact his clients' mental health. With his diverse background and skillset, David looks forward to the opportunity to support you on your journey towards better mental health, fulfilling relationships, and a more meaningful life.
Weekdays 9am - 5pm
In-person available: Yes
Virtual available: Yes
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Jill Mooney - Clinical Intern, Colleague
Miles Willis, Clinical Intern, Colleague
Cristina Shea - LMSW, Colleague
Brian Marriott-Molloy- Clinical Intern, Colleague
Lisa Piccininni, Colleague
Margaret Rau- LMSW, Colleague
Amanda Fogel - Clinical Intern, Colleague
Miriam Kassow - LMSW, Colleague
Blair Luedke - Clinical Intern, Colleague
Kyle McEvoy - LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, LPC, Colleague
Kate Jamison - Clinical Intern, Colleague
Rachel Moses - MHC - LP, Colleague
David Diaz - LMHC, Colleague
Greiny Rodriguez - LMSW, Colleague
Maria Pietruszka -LMHC, Colleague
Artur Lebiedzinski - MHC-LP, Colleague
I take an active listening approach to ensure you feel seen and heard. I see us a team and we collaborate to gain deeper insights and understanding that can lead to better outcomes for you.
From time to time, I may suggest or recommend homework, activities, or readings, but only for your benefit. It's definitely something we can discuss to see what will work best for you.
The best way for me to tell is by you telling me :) After all, you are the expert on yourself. Of course, that could be a hard thing to admit because it requires being vulnerable. Together, we'll do our best to dive into why you may be feeling stuck, unseen, or unheard, and work towards changing that.
You should expect a comfortable, nonjudgemental place where you can explore anything you would like. That could be anything you're struggling with or if you're just wanting to get more out of life. You should go if there is any area in your life you're unsatisfied with or feel can be better. The best way to start is by contacting me :)
I've always been interested and passionate about self-discovery and growth. While I majored in psychology in college, I wanted to work in a more collaborative and creative field which is why I initially went into marketing. However, at this point, I'm more interested in working one-on-one (or with couples and groups) to help people improve their overall wellbeing.