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Zoë Bisbing, LCSW

My approach to therapy values the authentic relationship between therapist and client as an essential ingredient to a safe and healing environment. I bring equal parts compassion, current knowledge of relevant research and theory, and curiosity to the work. I am collaborative, goal-oriented, and always willing to meet you where you are. At all times I want our work to feel meaningful to you. 

In my general practice, I work with individuals, couples, and families struggling with stress and anxiety; relationship problems; life and career transitions; and infertility, pregnancy, and postpartum issues. I also have a specialization in the treatment of eating disorders, with a sub-specialty in child and adolescent eating disorders. I am passionate about eating disorder prevention and early intervention

I have worked with adults, adolescents, and children across a wide range of treatment settings, including the inpatient unit of New York Presbyterian Hospital-Payne Whitney Westchester, where I provided individual, group, and family therapy. 

I hold a Master of Social Work from New York University, a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College, and a certification in Family-Based Treatment from the Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders. I have also completed additional training in CBT-E through the Centre for Research on Eating Disorders at Oxford.

Prior to my career as a therapist, I worked professionally in the performing arts, both on and off stage. I deeply appreciate when my current vocation allows me to bridge my past and present; working with individuals facing the challenges any life or career transition may bring is both challenging and greatly rewarding.

 A native New Yorker, I live in Manhattan with my husband and two young sons. 

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Amanda Pashelinsky, LMHC

Amanda is a licensed psychotherapist and certified Family-Based Treatment Practitioner.  Amanda’s focus on treating individuals struggling with eating disorders began during her externship at The Renfrew Center in Connecticut, where she provided individual, group, and family therapy to both adolescents and adults. Amanda’s commitment to helping those struggling with eating disorders continued as she served on the board of directors of the non-profit organization Reaching Out Against Eating Disorders. Her work at Reaching Out Against Eating Disorders included co-facilitating support groups for women in recovery.

Amanda has spent the past several years successfully treating many children, adolescents, and their families at Overlook Hospital’s Eating Disorders Program in New Jersey. At Overlook, Amanda works closely with adolescent medicine specialists in order to provide the most effective Family-Based treatment at both the partial hospitalization and outpatient levels of care.  Amanda has seen firsthand the important roles families play in the early detection and treatment of eating disorders in younger children and adolescents and is passionate about empowering parents to take an active role in their child’s recovery process

Amanda holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania