Have You Recently Moved to NYC? 
By Taylor Ashe, MHC-LP

Regardless of the circumstances, relocating to a new city can be an emotional experience. Many people experience conflicting emotions such as excitement, fear, hopefulness, awe, and loneliness.

Regular visits with friends quickly become phone calls, and your daily routine is disrupted as you search for a new favorite coffee spot. These changes can lead to social anxiety, heightened self-criticism, and isolation from others.

With the right skills and opportunity for open discussion with others, though, it is possible to manage the painful emotions and build meaningful connections. In this group, you will foster new awareness and curiosity, and you will practice skills to manage difficult feelings like loneliness and anxiety, all among people who “get it.”


  • This group is open to all folks between ages 18 and 26 who identify as women and who have recently moved to NYC.
  • This will be a closed virtual group that will start on January 24th, 2024, and will meet every Wednesday from 4pm to 5:15pm for 6 weeks.
  • We accept Aetna insurance, and can also help with out of network claims.
  • The cost will be $75 per group session, payable by cash, check or credit card.
  • All interested members will have a scheduled individual call with Taylor to discuss goals and concerns, and to ask questions.

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Led By Amy Vigliotti, Ph.D

Our meditation groups teach skills to reduce stress and promote relaxation in body and mind. No prior experience with meditation is required. This group will show you how to be mindful – essentially being present without judgment or criticism. Exercises are adapted from Dr. Amy Vigliotti’s CD, Unwind: Guided Relaxation. Benefits of a regular meditation practice include:

  • Improved physical and emotional health
  • Enhanced ability to focus and concentrate
  • A more accepting, less critical self
  • Stronger commitment to work; less burnout
  • Resiliency after setbacks
  • Compassion for ourselves and others
  • Effective decision-making
  • Remaining mindful of the present, without excessive concern about the past or future
  • Confidence and courage, even in anxiety-producing situations like interviews, performances, public speaking


Safe Place Visualization with Dr. Vigliotti





1140 Broadway, Suite 204
New York, NY 10001
150 East 58th St, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10155


(212) 213-4238

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