About us

Our mission is to empower individuals, couples, and families in New York City to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and strength.
Our approach

Our approach to therapy is holistic and client-centered. We integrate various therapeutic modalities including CBT, ACT, IFS, Somatic therapies, Mindfulness and more to meet the unique needs of each client. We believe in working collaboratively with our clients to set goals and create personalized treatment plans.

Meet our Therapists

Tricia Schwartz, LMHC, Founder, CEO, Therapist
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Tricia Schwartz, LMHC

Founder, CEO, Therapist

I understand that my client is the expert on their own life; this principle is the foundation of my counseling relationships. Through compassionate, curious conversations, we will uncover your underlying motivations and forge a path that works for you to achieve your goals. Making connections between thoughts, feelings, and behavior using person-centered therapeutic approaches is the core of my practice, and I incorporate many components of mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapies. I’ve worked in school, hospital, and private practice settings working with people to overcome obstacles and reach their goals. My style is gentle and direct; I tailor my approach to meet my clients where they are at.


  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor​
  • License No. and State: 010500 New York​
  • New York State Certified School Counselor​
  • Education: Hunter College, Alfred University, University of Michigan​
  • Advanced Motivational Interviewing Training, Advanced training in ACT with specialties in Anxiety, Depression, Adolescents, and Children, Internal Family Systems Informed​

Vlad Paramoshin


With a compassionate and empathetic approach, I strive to create a safe and non-judgmental space for my clients. My approach to therapy is informed by a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit, and I am committed to helping you achieve balance and harmony in all aspects of your life. Healing comes from within, and my goal is to help you tap into your inner resources and strengths, so you can overcome any obstacle that comes your way.

Using evidence-based techniques grounded in CBT, I work collaboratively with my clients to identify and challenge unhelpful thoughts and behaviors that may be hindering their progress. Together, we can develop practical strategies to overcome obstacles and achieve lasting change. In addition to CBT, I also draw upon Psychodynamic theories to explore the unconscious factors that influence our thoughts, emotions, and relationships. By examining early life experiences and unconscious processes, we can gain insight into the root causes of current challenges and work toward healing and growth.

As a therapist, I am committed to providing personalized care tailored to your unique needs and goals. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or navigating life transitions, I am here to support you every step of the way.


  • MHC-LP​
  • Hunter College, City University of New York, Queens College ​
Vlad Paramoshin, Therapist, MHC-LP
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Victoria Yoffie, Therapist, MHC-LP
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Victoria Yoffie


My goal is to create a uniquely secure space for individuals, couples, adult twins, and twin parents presenting with challenges related to anxiety, depression, attachment, partnership, twinship, infertility, pre and postnatal stress, parenthood, grief, and trauma.I will guide you to identify your blocks, understand your relationship to them, and find the tools you need to break through. Each of us has an innate potential for change and growth. I will jump into the work with you and be by your side throughout your discovery. My intention is to bring compassion, truth-telling, and optimism to the process. After nearly two decades as a meditation and mindfulness educator, I believe our connection to our mind and body bring us closer to our inspiration, motivation, and inherent resilience. In our work together we’ll explore this connection to lead you toward the truest and most powerful version of yourself.Our work together will draw from mindfulness and somatic interventions including mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), mindfulness-based somatic therapy (MBST), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), compassion-focused therapies, internal family systems (IFS) and sensorimotor psychotherapy (SP). I am grateful to those who connect me to my purpose, my joy, myself, at each crossroads. I’d be honored to help you navigate your challenges and reconnect you to your wholeness.


  • Education: Cornell University, NYU, Hunter College, The Institute of Integrative Nutrition, The Natural Gourmet Institute​
  • MHC-LP​
  • Certifications: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (Trauma Themes), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Meditation Teacher, Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500), Restorative Yoga Teacher, Pilates Teacher, Chef, Culinary Nutritionist, and Wellness Coach.​

Lexie Braverman


I aim to create a safe and empowering space for my clients to explore their most meaningful concerns. I wish to foster a therapeutic relationship based on mutual trust, compassion, kindness, and empathy. My approach is collaborative, gentle, and enthusiastic, meeting my clients exactly where they are with no judgement or hesitation. Each person is unique in their search for help, and my therapeutic practice draws on aspects from psychodynamic, person-centered, narrative, and solution focused brief therapy modalities in order to find what best meets your individual needs. I strive to be a source of non judgmental support; this is, after all, your journey towards understanding, and you are the expert on your own life and experiences. I have made a life in the creative arts by studying the intricacies of human connection. This experience has greatly informed my approach as I believe that we are all searching for something, whether it be love, acceptance, purpose, or moving forward. In working together, we will identify goals that both excite you and encourage you to move forward in your growth and healing.


  • Education: Hunter College, Ithaca College
  • M.S.Ed – Mental Health Counseling
Lexie Braverman, Advanced Clinical Trainee
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A Conversation with Dr. Fritz Galette

Tricia Schwartz, LMHC, sits down with Dr. Fritz Galette of Positive Psychology Associates in NYC to discuss working with young adult clients who deal with stress, anxiety, and depression related to life transitions. Tricia and Dr. Galette discuss the ways in which they help these clients overcome challenges to enjoy and find fulfillment in their lives.

Your Therapist Friends Podcast

Tricia Schwartz and Sloan Post are licensed therapists and friends in the New York area who share their professional and personal insights related to therapy, current events, and the overall human experience. If you have any questions, topics you’d like to hear more about, or would like to get in touch with us, email yourtherapistfriends@gmail.com, or find us online at:

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