Gabrielle’s approach to therapy is humanistic, collaborative, and uplifting. She leverages elements from multiple therapies including Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to allow sessions to be both self-reflective and action-oriented.
Her work aims to build awareness so that clients can learn to invite difficult feelings into the space and create flexible thinking patterns, making it possible for healing and growth. She empowers her clients by guiding them to practice and implement realistic, everyday skills with a focus on mindfulness that aids in maintaining self-acceptance and confidence.
Gabrielle’s clients have said, “she’s provided tangible strategies to help me reach my goals” and “without her, I’d be much more anxious and self-doubting” and “my thoughts became much less overwhelming.”
Gabrielle Morse, LMHC, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with extensive experience working with a diverse client base. Her background includes work with adults and young adults (both individually and in groups) navigating anxiety, depression, relationships, life adjustments, work stressors, and other mental health issues. She has worked as a Senior Therapist in a private practice setting and has supported patients dealing with chronic mental illness at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. Gabrielle received her Master's degree and Ed.M. in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, and graduated from Union College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.
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