Jackie Tagariello is a New York trained psychotherapist and mental health counselor. She believes that everyone deserves a space to be seen and heard for who they truly are, even if they're not quite sure who that person is yet. She operates from the viewpoint that life is full of challenges and asking for help is one of the strongest things a person can do. She works to establish a collaborative, creative partnership with clients in order to help them achieve their personal goals. She believes in a client-focused, strength-based, and holistic approach to therapy. She works to help clients identify and reduce both the symptoms and causes of distress. She specializes in depression, anxiety, as well as interpersonal and relationship difficulties.


As a therapist, Jess Thomas values self-exploration, collaboration, and finding one’s inner strength. Her primary goal is to create a safe space that will allow her clients to feel accepted and heard, while simultaneously feeling challenged to develop healthier coping skills. Her approach to therapy is inclusive, LGBTQIA positive, and culturally affirming. Jess has worked with individuals from various backgrounds with concerns ranging from chronic mental health issues, substance use, macro and micro aggressions, sexuality/gender identity issues to those coping with stress. She also enjoys focusing on the unique needs and concerns of women and women of color who have experienced traumatic events by using trauma informed therapy and strength based approaches.


Molly Anderson grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and later moved to Seattle where she attended Antioch University and earned a dual degree in art therapy and mental health counseling (M.A.). She has a passion for integrating art making and the healing process in order to help people explore their concerns deeply and find meaning in difficult experiences. 

Molly's previous experience includes work with adults, teens, and children in a community based mental health setting, supporting teens as a middle school mental health counselor, and work with elderly adults in both outpatient and nursing home settings. She strives to create genuine connections with her clients in order to find an approach to treatment that is collaborative and will best fit their individual needs. Molly believes in the mind-body connection and works alongside clients to approach their concerns through a non-judgmental and curious lens. Outside of her work, Molly spends her time cooking for family and friends, de-stressing through her own art, and seeking out areas of the city where she can roller-skate or jog while being out in nature.


Austin Park is one of our registered dietitians, holding a master's degree in nutrition and dietetics with a concentration in clinical nutrition from New York University. Austin became interested in nutrition upon reading about the connection between the brain and gut health. He has given presentations on the importance of gut health and how it impacts mental health, the immune system, and many others. He has worked with clients with different chronic illnesses, including cancer and HIV/AIDS, assisting them in treating their health concerns with nutritious food. He approaches health from a holistic standpoint and understands that different people have different dietary needs.

Austin studies nutrition within the context of functional medicine, which is an approach to health that addresses the root cause of illness. By staying up to date on the latest research, he is constantly learning and improving different dietary recommendations and strategies for clients with chronic illness as well as clients without ongoing medical concerns who want to improve their overall health. In his free time, Austin likes to meditate, do yoga, practice martial arts and walk his poodle.


Caitie Corradino is a registered dietitian specializing in disordered eating recovery, food allergy/intolerance management, irritable bowel syndrome management, sports nutrition, and general wellness. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology and Nutrition from New York University and is currently finishing her master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition.

Caitie also has an extensive background in teaching group fitness and yoga. She has been instructing dance fitness, pilates, and yoga in various settings for over six years. During her undergraduate career at NYU, Caitie created F.I.T. 4 All, a non-profit organization that delivers community wellness events to various community centers and schools. 

Whether she is conducting a nutrition counseling session or leading a movement class, Caitie encourages people to honor their intuition, celebrate their individuality, and stay grounded in the process. She is a firm believer in health at every size and intuitive eating. She puts a strong emphasis on helping people improve their relationship to food and movement, so that they can find balance, joy, and show up fully for the things that matter most in their lives.