• Individual Psychotherapy
• Health & Wellness Program Consultation
Sometimes, even after we have achieved some of life’s major milestones, we can still wrestle with uncomfortable emotions; feelings of listlessness or the slight ache that something is missing. It may begin to seem as if the world on the outside we have worked so hard to construct, that can sometimes seem so perfect to others, isn’t quite what it seems. The gap between what we feel and what we think we should feel can grow.
In these moments, some of the very traits we have successfully relied on in the past may fail us. We can experience feelings of self-doubt, shame, loneliness, and we might notice our relationships have begun to suffer. Where we once shined at work, feelings of underachievement, imposter syndrome, and insecurity may plague us. Confusion sets in.
If you’ve found yourself struggling with overwhelming emotions, constant anxiety, fear about your self-worth, emptiness in intimate relationships, reliance on substances to boost your mood, feelings of depression, sadness, or aloneness, or questions about who you really are and what it is you really want in this life, there is help to find balance, meaning, and purpose towards growth and self-actualization. Join me to learn more.
About Dr. Mastropieri
Biagio Mastropieri, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in the NoMad neighborhood of New York City. Dr. Mastropieri earned his doctorate from Columbia University and earned his undergraduate degree from Cornell University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospitals in New York City. Prior to his entry into the social service field, he held positions as an Associate in Financial Operations at Goldman Sachs & Co. and a Legal Assistant in Litigation at Cravath, Swaine, Moore, LLP.
In addition, Dr. Mastropieri previously served as the Program Director for Project Rising, an outpatient treatment program at Montefiore Medical Center serving adolescents, young adults, and their families struggling with substance misuse issues. He also currently serves as the Health and Wellness Center Psychologist at a non-profit agency in New York City serving at-risk youth.
Biagio Mastropieri, Ph.D.
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New York, NY 10016