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The average price of Therapists in New York is $200.00 per session

Compared to a national average of $125.00

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Four Immeasurables Life Practice, LLC


Four Immeasurables Life Practice, LLC is a modern, minimalist, deconstructionist space for life coaching, counseling, and psychotherapy located in Westfield, NJ. This practice specializes in anxiety, stress management, ADHD, life transitions, mindfulness based training practices, meditation, grief, loss, art/play therapy, individual counseling, small group workshops, and consulting. Four Immeasurables was founded with the intent to help individuals cultivate kindness to self and others. In addition, to provide a safe therapeutic space for integrative and evidence based practices in counseling and psychotherapy.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love to help people realize that they have potential within and to help them reach their professional, personal, spiritual, occupational, educational or relational goals. I enjoy helping people focus on wellness rather than pathology. I love to come help others build and manifest success. I took a Bodhisattva vow and my practice is based on Avalokiteshvara - the Bodhisattva of Compassion "he or she who hears the cries of the world and works to alleviate suffering." My focus for clients are the Four Immeasurables - Happiness, Joy, Compassion, and Equanimity.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I was influenced by Ani Trime a Buddhist nun who passed away in October 2016 and my many mentors (forensic psychologist - Dr. Edward Dougherty, James Chitty - psychoanalyst, Anthony Delvecchio - private practitioner and Paul Abbey, LCSW, and David Blevins) who helped me on my path. I wanted to create a sacred space for life coaching, counseling, and psychotherapy that is focused on wellness and for high functioning people facing everyday stress/anxiety. I took refuge with Ani Trime in 2013 and began my journey as a Buddhist practitioner. My previous experiences led me to specialize with children (art/play therapy), adults, first responders, veterans, and their families. So I am inspired by those who have encouraged me, those who I have had the privilege to work with on their life path. I feel that this interconnectivity is what inspires me.

Why should our clients choose you?

I am a Buddhist psychotherapy who focuses on strengths and best practices and I have experience in multiple settings as a therapist. I treat clients with unconditional positive regard, hold a safe and therapeutic space for healing, learning, and personal growth, and I believe in change as well as possibilities. I hold a sacred space for clients.

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