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Juliet Vicari, LMSW
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Juliet Vicari, LMSW

Psychotherapist & Intake Coordinator

About Me

We all experience struggles and times when we just don’t feel good. My job is to cheer you on and help you through both the hard times and the good times so you can achieve your goals in a way that feels authentic and meaningful. It can be hard to understand our emotions and overwhelming to decide what next steps we should take. Therapy is a judgment-free zone to explore those topics and more so you can heal and grow. Together we will co-create a space and bond where you can experience therapy as a practice of freedom and resilience. My goal is to work collaboratively to ensure you feel safe and empowered in yourself and throughout your life. 

I am passionate about working with adolescents and adults seeking support for anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, self-esteem, life transitions, gender/sexual identity, stress management, and relationships. Men have a unique experience in the world, and I want to help you feel seen and supported.  

My Approach

I use various therapeutic techniques drawing from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Supportive Counseling, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). I believe that a sense of humor, respect, authenticity, and cultural inclusion are also crucial. My years of experience supporting individuals and families going through the legal system have equipped me to walk with you through any of life’s challenges. My training and education at Columbia University’s School of Social Work and New York University’s Silver School of Social Work have enriched my clinical approach. I am dedicated to helping you recognize your strengths while building new skills to better identify and process your emotions and behaviors. I believe you can find the purpose, peace, vitality, and joy you seek in your life! 


  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work, New York University Silver School of Social Work

  • Master of Social Work, Columbia University


Reaching out takes courage.

We are here to help when you need us.

Pinky promise.

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