Working with Asher
Approach to clinical psychotherapy
Asher specializes in therapeutic work focused on eating disorder recovery, complex trauma, dialectics and duality, and macro-level and systemic oppression.
They find deep fulfillment in therapeutic work that brings your past into the room as a way to explore current behaviors, and also provides concrete coping skills to help manage day-to-day life.
They offer deep, unending compassion to all of her clients and believes that all people are valuable simply because they exist.
Asher is currently accruing clinical hours at the following two group practices:
Metro Behavioral Health Associates
A group practice located in Scarsdale, NY, Metro Behavioral Health Associates is an all-in-one stop for those managing their mental healthcare treatment.
Founded by Jennie Kramer, MBHA’s team includes expertly trained therapists and nutritionists who are ready to work with your eating disorder treatment team, or will help you build one. MBHA has been operating in the community for many years and has close ties to local psychiatrists and other healthcare providers. Exciting alternative therapies also offered by the MBHA staff include hypnosis and expressive arts therapy.
MBHA is an agency best suited for someone in need of a more rounded approach to care. The team also excels at complex family work, and all individual team members are not only skilled in eating disorder work, but all mental healthcare.
MBHA does not directly participate in managed care, but remains a good option for those who have out-of-network reimbursement or out-of-network benefits.
Supervised by Jennie Kramer, LCSW-R
Affirmative Therapy Collective
A group practice located in Union Square, NY, Affirmative Therapy Collective’s psychotherapists offer a warm, responsive presence and an interactive, deeply collaborative approach to therapy.
Founded by Lauren Canonico, we at ATC can support you in better understanding how your past informs your present, or in examining here and now moments you’d like to deepen or improve upon. Primarily trained in relational psychotherapy and trauma treatment, ATC psychotherapists offer special insights to those with relationship problems, LGBTQ+/GSM issues and those experiencing discomfort and disconnection with their bodies, whether based in trauma, chronic pain or illness, gender dysphoria, chronic dieting or disordered eating.
ATC psychotherapists focus on developing a strong partnership with you, and in doing so will help you better understand yourself and your relationships.
ATC does not directly participate in managed care, but remains a good option for those who have out-of-network reimbursement or out-of-network benefits.
Supervised by Lauren Canonico, LCSW