Patricia Villani, LMHC, earned her undergraduate degree at Saint Thomas Aquinas College and went on to earn a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Long Island University.
Patricia has extensive experience working with children, teens and adults with various challenges including A-D/HD, anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, social stress, and eating disorders.
In therapy, Patricia enlists evidence-based techniques to help clients make meaningful shifts toward their goals. Her personalized, non-judgmental approach sets clients at ease and creates space for personal growth and progress. Patricia works to help clients feel empowered and build confidence through her collaborative, strength-based approach.
Patricia has a specific area of expertise supporting individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and executive functioning vulnerabilities. Through a combination of supportive interpersonal therapy and explicit, personalized skills training, Patricia helps clients improve organization, communication, self-advocacy, and time management while reducing stress and worry.
Patricia also has experience helping couples work toward mutually identified goals while enhancing communication skills. Her genuine and supportive approach to couples therapy helps clients feel secure while building conflict resolution skills and rediscovering joy in their relationship.
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