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hi, i'm donna! (she/her)

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With 30 years experience helping adolescents, young adults, adults, and families (including children of divorce)  with stress, panic, anxiety, loneliness, parenting, divorce mediation, women's issues, mindfulness, yoga, infertility, health challenges, oncology, and more, I have a deep understanding of many life transitions.  I have worked in both corporate and non-profit settings in healthcare leadership roles, including National Director of Patient Services for the Leukemia Society of America, Health Educator for New York Association for New Americans, and Online Community Director for iVillage.com, Weightwatchers.com and Disney.com. The first appointment will be helpful in understanding the client's history, expertly assessing the level of crisis, and determining if the connection is comfortable.

I have written and traveled and provided articles for the Internet on many topics in mental health.
I am an avid hiker, photographer, yoga practitioner and swimmer, and am married with two children.

EDUCATION:

  • BA - English & Communications - SUNY Albany

  • MASTERS - Psychology  - NYU

  • MASTERS - Social Work - Yeshiva University

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker - New York

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TRAINING:

 

  • Employee Assistance

  • Drug/Alcohol

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy/DBT

  • Couples Therapy, Family Therapy

  • Mindfulness and Relaxation

  • Health, Wellness, Fitness, Diet

  • Trauma, Grief, Loss, Bereavement

  • Divorce Mediation with Attorney/Mediator

  • Depression/Anxiety

  • Work/Life Balance

  • Kripalu Yin YOGA teacher training

about my brand

You might be wondering why I call myself "Donna C Moss", or why my logo has a circle around the letters "mo." My middle initial, represents connection to my family and my family’s legacy. Inside of the C, there is a colored circle behind the letters “mo.” These letters stand for the word “MORE,” which represents my holistic approach and dedication to my clients.

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