VIRTUAL SERVICES AVAILABLE ONLY WITH clinician under supervision TYLYNN PRESTON, LMSW.
If you find yourself unable to cope with difficult emotions, distressing thoughts, and tension in your relationships, psychotherapy may be the next step toward wellness. As a licensed (bilingual English/Spanish) clinical psychologist specializing in trauma, I have made it my life’s mission to decrease stigma related to the spectrum of mental health and promote healing and empowerment for the individuals and communities I serve. Together, we will explore what overwhelms you, makes you feel unsafe, or dis-empowers you. I will encourage you to be curious about yourself, embrace change, find balance, regain authenticity, and use your strengths to empower your life. We will collaborate to design an individualized treatment plan to meet your needs.
Women of Color Trauma Group - Virtual
For Black, Indigenous, and other Women of Color who have experienced traumatic events
Wednesdays 6:00 PM
First Generation Process Group - Virtual
For young adult immigrants or adult children of immigrants navigating stressors and cultural differences Fridays 6:00 PM
I also now offer cognitive assessment for children and adults ages 12+
Fees $100 - $250 sliding scale depending on income.
Dr. Mercedes J. Okosi is a bilingual (English/Spanish) New York State licensed clinical psychologist practicing in New York City and specializing in trauma. She has experience working with a wide range of presentations including anxiety, depression, relationship and family conflict, cultural/identity concerns, substance abuse, and serious mental illness. She is trained in psychodynamic therapy, trauma-focused psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral psychotherapy, and group psychotherapy.
Throughout her experiences, she found that underlying many of the presenting issues of her patients was a common theme: trauma. An overwhelming amount of patients had trauma in their pasts that made them vulnerable to mental illness or exacerbated illness. Passionate about this area of specialization, she hopes that by addressing trauma, individuals and communities can be empowered to overcome stigma surrounding mental illness and flourish.