With Josephine's extensive experience working in outpatient mental health settings she has furthered her natural ability to build therapeutic relationships with both children and adults from diverse backgrounds, and has helped clients in individual, couple, family, and group sessions address a wide range of problems for which they seek help. Her experiences have given her deeply engrained skills and the capacity to be non judgmental, genuine, stay fully present, and support and guide clients on their journeys of self-discovery within the psychotherapeutic process.
Josephine Calvi, LCSW-R obtained her MSW degree from Hunter College School of Social Work. In addition she received her bachelors degree in Psychology, along with minors in Art Studio and Philosophy at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She has participated in clinical training in areas including Crisis Management, Trauma Informed treatments, Suicide Prevention, Domestic Violence issues, Mindfulness approaches, and Cognitive Behavioral treatment. Her approach is eclectic; drawing from multiple and varied theories within the field of psychotherapy, including Psychodynamic, Relational, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Buddhist Psychology.
Josephine Calvi, LCSW-R began her private practice in 2011. She currently offers psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families in a welcoming office setting based in White Plains, NY and throughout New York State via Telehealth video sessions. She currently works with pre-teens, adults, and seniors struggling with a wide range of problems from diverse backgrounds. She guides her clients with compassionate understanding, empathy, and support, while her clients explore the problems that bring them to therapy. She helps her clients to explore new ways of relating to these problems, to themselves, and in their relationships. Through these efforts her clients develop new, positive coping skills that help them navigate their lives and feel more hopeful.