I believe in a holistic and mindful approach when working with my clients. I strive to understand and incorporate both the unique relationship between our mind and body, as well as our relationships with others, and the world around us.
Our offerings center around the ability to hold space and time for those who find themsevles in a place of transition. When my clients are called to a threshhold of an initiation of self, we look at it together, and hold a body of work. Our hope is to integrate this body of work into a place where we can live deeply into ourselves, deeply into our relationships with others, and deeply into the world around us.
I am influenced by the ideas and theories surrounding early attachment patterns, Jungian developmental psychology, and the teachings and rituals of indigenous cultures that have honored and marked transition intiations for centuries. I passionately bring these ideas and philosophies into my work with individuals, couples, and families.
I received my Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Hunter College School of Social Work and went on to complete postgraduate training at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis. My experience includes training in Attachment-based Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), Maternal and Family Work, an Grief Tending and Processing. I opened BloomTherapy in 2013 with the hopes of empowering individuals to create their own communities, villages, and circles of support that can hold them throughout a lifetime.
Marni Cahill is a Clinical Social Worker, licensed to practice psychotherapy in New York and North Carolina, who is dedicated to helping people overcome challenges and live healthier, more fulfilling lives.
Marni has over 30 years’ experience in the helping professions]. Marni has worked extensively with special populations including healthcare professionals, veterans, women recovering from addictions, and grieving adults.
Marni received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the State University of New York at StonyBrook and has earned certifications in Coaching, Trauma Treatment, Addictions and Compassion Fatigue. She works with clients who are dealing with a wide range of concerns including life transitions, grief, anxiety, depression, relationship and health issues, addictions, and trauma.
Professional Experience/Areas of focus include: Abandonment, ADHD, Attachment Issues, Bipolar disorder, Body Image, Career and workplace difficulties, Caregiver Stress, Chronic Pain, Coaching, Codependency, Co-morbidity, Commitment Issues, Communication Problems, Compassion fatigue, Control Issues, Coping with Natural or Human-Caused Disasters, Depression, Dissociation, Divorce and Separation, Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Eating and Food-Related Issues, Emptiness, Family of Origin Issues, Family conflicts, First Responder Issues, Forgiveness, Gaslighting, Grief and loss, Guilt and Shame, Health and healing, Hospice and End of Life, Illness and Disability, Impulsivity, Intimacy-related issues, Isolation/Loneliness, Life changes, Life Purpose, Midlife Crisis, Mood Disorders, Personal Growth, traumatic Stress, Prejudice and Discrimination, Process addiction (pornography, gaming, exercise, gambling), Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Self Esteem, Self-Harm, Smoking/Vaping Cessation, Somatization, Spiritual growth, Toxic Relationships, Trauma and abuse, Women's Issues, Young adults
Clinical approaches include Attachment-Based Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Energy Healing, Existential Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Neurocognitive science, Psychodrama, Somatic Therapy, Spiritual guidance and Trauma-Focused Therapy
I believe in a therapeutic process that is collaborative and flexible- meeting my clients where they are to foster meaningful growth and change. I approach therapy with warmth, compassion, and honest reflection to create a non-judgmental space for self-exploration. I am passionate about working with individuals and couples who are carrying the emotional weight of transitions, relationship struggles, and attachment injuries.
Jessica Reinhardt is a Clinical Social Worker, based in Brooklyn, New York. She prides herself on providing a warm and empathic environment where her clients can explore and process without judgement or attachment to outcomes.
As an LCSW and a CASAC, she has unique and holistic lens which to view symptoms of depression, anxiety, panic symptoms, grief, trauma, and substance use. Jessica's focus is on helping her clients gain a greater sense of themselves, their values, and live in alignment to them. Her therapeutic style is both interactive and relational, working in partnership to increase one's skills, identifying goals, increasing motivation, and improving relationships.
Jessica's background is primarily in behavioral modalities including CBT, ACT, motivational interviewing, and solution focused therapy; however, she likes to weave in other relational modalities as well.