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Koshin Paley Ellison

Agency Name: Koshin Paley Ellison
Name: Buddhist Psychotherapy Collective
Business Address: 70A Greenwich Ave., No. 333
City: New York City
State: NY
ZIP Code: 10011
Website Address: http://www.dharmateam.com
Business Phone Number: 917.622.8341
Therapy Languages: English
Degree Name/Type: LMSW
Name of School: NYU
Year Graduated In: 2002
Major: Social Work
Licensed In State: NY
Years of Clinic Experience: 15
Years of Experience with Victims: 15
Biography:

Koshin Paley Ellison, MFA, LMSW, is a Founding Director of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. He is on the clinical staff of the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute and in private practice, where he sees individuals, couples, and groups. Koshin is currently a Jungian Analyst Candidate at the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association. Since 2002, he has led the weekly meditation practice at Beth Israel’s Continuum Center for Health & Healing. Koshin began Zen practice in 1988, and he is a Senior Student and novice Soto Zen Buddhist priest under Roshi Enkyo O’Hara, at the Village Zendo. He teaches workshops on meditation, grief and loss, contemplative care, and addiction and spirituality in a variety of settings from public school classrooms to corporations.

I offer therapy groups for male survivors only: No
I offer a free initial consultation appointment.: No
I offer a sliding scale fee for survivors in need: No
I accept most major insurance carriers.: No
Other Information: Helping clients find true courage in the midst of the difficulties in everyday life Companioning clients with the psychological issues of wellness & illness, grief & loss, childhood & adult trauma, anxiety & depression Guiding clients in the integration of spirituality & sexuality Working with clients to rediscover their vitality & creativity Assisting couples to reconnect in order to resolve difficulties in a constructive & inclusive way Exploring unconscious material through dream work and Sandplay
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