New York, N.Y.
Dr. Stacia Casillo is an approachable, personable Psychologist who specializes in treating adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, relationships issues, and life transitions. Many patients who seek therapy with Dr. Casillo feel alone, overwhelmed, scared, and frustrated. Dr. Casillo’s warm, compassionate demeanor coupled with her straightforward approach creates a supportive environment in which patients learn skills and receive guidance to become more engaged in their lives and to find greater satisfaction.
Areas of Expertise:
As a working mother, Dr. Casillo appreciates that New York City’s many wonderful opportunities also challenge New Yorkers seeking balance and contentment. She especially enjoys working with young professionals striving for harmony in the multiple facets of their lives. She also understands that New York City’s scale and pace can feel overwhelming and isolating to individuals suffering from anxiety and depression. Dr. Casillo utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help patients change their negative thought patterns and engage in healthy coping behaviors.
Experience and Training:
Dr. Casillo received her doctorate from Yeshiva University’s Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She received additional training at the renowned Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is an active member of the Anxiety and Depression Associates of America (ADAA), where she was honored in 2016 with a rising Young Leadership award. Dr. Casillo brings a wide range of experience to her practice, including almost a decade of providing treatment to individuals and families in foster care. Clients benefit from her extensive training and expertise, leaving therapy with new coping styles, helpful problem solving abilities, and hope for the future.
Blog Posts and Events:
- Blog: 6 Ways To Enhance Your Well-Being During Quarantine – Now Is Not The Time To Be An Overachiever
- Blog: Five Tips To Boost Your Resilience During The ‘New Normal’ Of Reopening
- Recorded Webinar: Coping With The Stress Of Reopening
- News Mention: Huffington Post: Stop Casually Throwing The Word Phobia Around
- News Mention: Elle Magazine: COVID-19 Is Making Everybody’s Cyberchondria Worse.