Having worked with Liesbeth Rapp through her practicum, I know first-hand that she brings wisdom, warmth and clinical skill to her work. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Liesbeth, please contact her below.
"Mena Zaminsky is an exceptional Supervisor. Working with her has been transformative. Insightful, knowledgable, kind and understanding, Mena supports her trainees and interns to find their own authentic voice as a clinician."-- Liesbeth Rapp
As a graduate of the Somatic Psychotherapy Program at CIIS I believe in the body and psyche's innate ability to heal. My study of psychotherapy began at Brown University with a course in Buddhist Psychology- where I also studied Mysticism, Taoism, and East Asian history.
Through clinical practice at an integral counseling center, and while working with Mena Zaminsky as my supervisor, I was able to expand upon my practice with a client-centered, strengths-based, and psychodynamically-informed approach of the different organizations of self. This approach looks at childhood trauma, and early formative experiences.
I work with couples and individual adults. Attachment style, working relationally, and incorporating a trauma-informed approach and a commitment to social justice all feature strongly in my therapeutic approach.