Meet our team of New York therapists
Jordanne Sculler, LMHC
I’m passionate about helping my clients connect: with me, with the people in their lives, and, most importantly, with themselves. As an NYU graduate and New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and psychotherapist, I view therapy as a profound learning experience. I help individuals and couples connect with their resilience, learn new coping skills, and cultivate the relationships they want (and deserve). Above all, I help my clients get comfortable with being uncomfortable. After all, you can’t grow if you’re stuck in the same old patterns and behaviors.Ready to work with Jordanne?
Clare Piasio, MHC-LP
I am here to support those who are experiencing challenges managing the uncertainty that life brings including but not limited to anxiety, relationships and self-esteem. I want to help my clients navigate the daily pressures, struggles and triumphs that life brings. I work with both individuals and couples in the New York area.
My approach is empathetic, supportive and collaborative. This is your journey and my role is to support and challenge you along the way. I create a warm environment and work with you to find what is holding you back from reaching your full potential and gain confidence in being your authentic self. I use a variety of psychodynamic therapeutic techniques, tailored to your needs and goals. My goal is to help you identify and dismantle negative patterns with yourself and in relationships, learn effective ways to better handle the challenges and conflicts in your life, discover different parts of yourself and empower your strengths to help you become your best self.
Everyone has their own unique experiences that help shape them into who they are in the present day. By working with me, your therapy process can promote growth, insight, and healing that can lead to new perspectives and effective ways to confidently implement change. I am trained in Gestalt and Somatic therapy techniques.
Jake Dann-Soury, LCSW
I am a New York based Therapist. I graduated from Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University and am a licensed clinical social worker who is currently pursuing a PhD in social welfare. I am also an Adjunct professor for a masters level social work classes Wurzweiler school of social work. I am highly skilled in working with adults and children struggling with anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress disorder and adjustment disorder. I am passionate about helping individuals, couples and families thrive. I work to create a safe environment where patients feel comfortable and
motivated to make changes in their life. I use a collaborative and active approach, guiding and supporting patients in developing insight and strength in order to grow. I am committed to developing an authentic space for people to realize their goals.
Over the years I have helped patients work through many things including addiction, loss, family conflict, depression, anxiety, and complex trauma. I have a solid foundation in evidence-based techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a set of interventions that seek to change thoughts, feelings or behaviors that aren’t working, and replace them with healthier practices. I work and have the skills, insight, warmth and commitment to help individuals, couples and families manage crises at every level.