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As a New York University trained psychotherapist, Terceira specializes in treating anxiety, depression, complex grief, trauma, identity, career and life transitions. They serve a diverse clientele that ranges across race, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and spiritual backgrounds.
Terceira has experience serving survivors of various traumas and PTSD both globally and in New York City. They also have supervised private therapists as well as graduate students from Columbia, NYU, Fordham, and Hunter University in their clinical studies.
Blending their intersectional, trauma-informed lenses, they orchestrate a dialogue between the body and the mind using mindfulness techniques and EMDR (Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing). Terceira’s aim is to support clients' individual choices, empowerment, communication, relationships, boundaries, identities, and self-worth.
Therapy is an invitation to be messy, to dive into the unknown, to shed layers and come home to your truest self and aspirations with a sense of ease and belonging. Therapy is a safe, compassionate, non-judgmental space to explore, practice and play with challenging emotions, life patterns and memories that have shaped our internal world.