Serving All of New York & New Jersey

Starting May 15th!

Sara Kate Gillingham

After a twenty-year writing career, I felt called to become a psychotherapist to help people integrate their lives with their truth, something too often splintered by societal pressures.

Serving All of New York & New Jersey

Starting May 15th!

Sara Kate Gillingham

After a twenty-year writing career, I felt called to become a psychotherapist to help people integrate their lives with their truth, something too often splintered by societal pressures.

About Sara Kate Gillingham, Therapist In Training

After a twenty-year writing career, I felt called to become a psychotherapist to help people integrate their lives with their truth, something too often splintered by societal pressures. I believe deeply in your capacity for healing and growth; we will work collaboratively to experience a fuller range of creative expression: from joy and silliness to rage and sorrow. Transitions like coupling and decoupling, sexuality awakening, fertility and parenthood, empty-nesting, and menopause force us into personal evolution. My unique biopsychosocial and spiritual lens lets us examine modern challenges within yourself and your relationships.

Along with formal training as a couples and family therapist, I am inspired by Narrative, Experiential and IFS approaches. I utilize principles from Open Dialogue as a way into deep listening. My own decades-long meditation and breathwork practices help ground our work of re-integration of body, mind and spirit. For those interested, I am trained as a psychedelic facilitator (SoundMind Institute) and can help prepare for and integrate psychedelic experiences.

Together we can call on practices of meaning-making and rituals of grief and celebration for life’s dynamics. I welcome clients with curiosity and a trauma-informed, anti-oppression lens. It is my privilege to hold, with both playfulness and contemplation, a safe and supportive space for you to reclaim your rightful place as protagonist of your own story.

About Sara Kate Gillingham, Therapist In Training

After a twenty-year writing career, I felt called to become a psychotherapist to help people integrate their lives with their truth, something too often splintered by societal pressures. I believe deeply in your capacity for healing and growth; we will work collaboratively to experience a fuller range of creative expression: from joy and silliness to rage and sorrow. Transitions like coupling and decoupling, sexuality awakening, fertility and parenthood, empty-nesting, and menopause force us into personal evolution. My unique biopsychosocial and spiritual lens lets us examine modern challenges within yourself and your relationships.

Along with formal training as a couples and family therapist, I am inspired by Narrative, Experiential and IFS approaches. I utilize principles from Open Dialogue as a way into deep listening. My own decades-long meditation and breathwork practices help ground our work of re-integration of body, mind and spirit. For those interested, I am trained as a psychedelic facilitator (SoundMind Institute) and can help prepare for and integrate psychedelic experiences.

Together we can call on practices of meaning-making and rituals of grief and celebration for life’s dynamics. I welcome clients with curiosity and a trauma-informed, anti-oppression lens. It is my privilege to hold, with both playfulness and contemplation, a safe and supportive space for you to reclaim your rightful place as protagonist of your own story.

Relationship Therapy

Couples therapy can help increase understanding, respect, affection, and intimacy between you and your partner(s).

Individual Psychotherapy

Through collaboration and kindness, we will build a way of relating to one another that makes you feel safe enough to be curious and empowered to explore your relationship with yourself and one another.

Life Coaching

We will work with you to assist you to develop skills to establish and maintain better communication in personal, professional, and social relationships.

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* Serving all of NY and NJ via TeleHealth

Relationship Therapy

Couples therapy can help increase understanding, respect, affection, and intimacy between you and your partner(s).

Individual Psychotherapy

Through collaboration and kindness, we will build a way of relating to one another that makes you feel safe enough to be curious and empowered to explore your relationship with yourself and one another.

Life Coaching

We will work with you to assist you to develop skills to establish and maintain better communication in personal, professional, and social relationships.

explore our Therapy Services
Payment
Choose File

* Serving all of NY and NJ via TeleHealth

Marriage & Family Therapist

Marriage & Family Therapist

In Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), the unit of treatment isn’t just the person – even if only a single person is interviewed – it is the set of relationships in which the person is embedded. MFTs take a holistic perspective to health care; they are concerned with the overall, long-term well-being of individuals and their families.

Marriage and Family Therapists are mental health professionals trained in psychotherapy and family systems and licensed to assess and treat mental and emotional disorders. They do so within the context of all relationship structures including marriage, couples and family systems. Marriage and family therapists treat a wide range of serious clinical problems including: depression, marital problems, anxiety, individual psychological problems, and child-parent problems.

After receiving treatment, almost 90% of clients report an improvement in their emotional health, and nearly two-thirds report an improvement in their overall physical health. A majority of clients report an improvement in their functioning at work.

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