Meet North Brooklyn’s Therapists

Jennifer Aull, LMFT, Founder and Director

Jennifer is passionate about empowering people to live their fullest lives. This dedication has been lived out through some of her personal and professional experiences. Jennifer brings with her a wealth of life experience. Along with her marriage and family … Read More

Pia Alexander, LMFT

Pia Alexander believes deeply in providing each of her clients with a transformative and unique therapeutic experience. Her approach to working with couples and individuals is centered, gentle, and cultivated by her work with a variety of clients at the … Read More

Adriana Calo, LMFT

Adriana believes that therapy is a partnership between the client and the therapist. This collaborative relationship helps to foster positive changes and promotes growth, healing, and healthier interactions in all aspects of life. She aims to make a safe and … Read More

Alyssa Calderon, LMFT

As a systemically trained LMFT, Alyssa strives to prioritize curiosity, compassion, and connection. Her purpose as a relational therapist is to provide a nonjudgmental and patient atmosphere where exploration and growth can occur. Alyssa incorporates mindfulness, narrative therapy, and emotionally … Read More

Rhianna Belair, LMFT

Rhianna believes that therapy is a profoundly unique experience and seeks to provide a safe space by building trust and authenticity within her therapy practice. Her compassion, warmth, and directive nature are at the core of her practice and infuse … Read More

Stephanie Vigoya, LMHC

Stephanie fosters a supportive space for couples seeking to resolve emotional roadblocks and strengthen their relationships. She has extensive post-graduate experience and training working with couples who often report hurt and misunderstandings related to past betrayals and infidelity. She strives … Read More

Marc Fernandez, LMFT

Marc offers clinical supervision to intern and associate level therapists at North Brooklyn MFT. He is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and the Clinical Director of Iona College’s Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Program. Marc earned his master’s degree in marriage … Read More

Kelsey Bickford, LMFT

Kelsey is passionate about helping people use times of transition and difficulty as opportunities to transform themselves and their relationships. She believes that with collaboration, genuine curiosity, and a safe, nonjudgmental environment, we can reimagine ourselves and others to uncover … Read More

Megan Merkley, LMFT

Trained in Counseling Psychology at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, California, Megan works with couples and individuals to help them connect creatively to all their relationships. With clinical experience in faith crisis, depression, identity development, and LGBTQIA issues, Megan is … Read More

Rebecca Mae, MFT

Rebecca is excited to partner with her clients on their healing journey while offering listening ears, empathy, and a safe space. She is hopeful that her clients experience a sense of peace, almost like taking in a breath of fresh … Read More

Eric Rosenblum, MFT

Eric believes therapy is most effective when there is warmth, trust, and excitement around the possibility of change. Eric works with couples, adult individuals, adolescents, and families around issues, including anxiety and depression, as well as sexual and relationship challenges. … Read More

Alex Schell, MFT

Alex is a southern-raised, queer therapist and former dancer and actor. She is passionate about holding space for conversations about our bodies, sex, intimacy, pleasure, and relationships. She strives to cultivate a space that is holistic, person-centered, strengths-based, and trauma-informed … Read More

Emily Shapiro, MFT

Emily sees individuals, couples, and families through a systemic lens with the understanding that most issues people face are relational and that healing comes from connection.  Emily draws from multiple therapy models including Emotionally Focused, Narrative, Mindfulness, and Improv Therapy, … Read More

Margaret Bolan, MHC

Margaret is a Brooklyn native whose passion for helping others reach their fullest potential began in high school. While in college, she served as a peer group counselor for her fellow teenagers and continued her therapeutic efforts by working as … Read More

Rocky Tishma, Intern

Rocky is dedicated to creating healing spaces for individuals, couples, families, and chosen families. In the therapy room, he works collaboratively to help clients with identifying and deconstructing narratives that are holding them back from achieving peace and stability in … Read More

Josh Boscarino, Intern

Josh’s approach to therapy is to offer an affirming space, free of the outside world’s distractions, to explore deeply, reflect and refuel. Currently a graduate student at Adams State University, Josh is earning his degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. … Read More

Jem Wong, Intern

For Jem, therapy involves working together to explore the impact of external forces on internalized belief systems and how they have impacted you in the past and how they are impacting you now. She hopes to help clients deepen their … Read More

Suzanne Eng, Intern

Suzanne’s identity as an Asian American therapist is of utmost importance to her.  In this space, she has processed multigenerational trauma and disregard for her own culture. She believes in the power of bringing people together. Her past experiences include working … Read More

Irina Gubenko, Intern

Whether you are looking to relieve suffering, rekindle sexual desire and emotional connection with your partner, or improve overall satisfaction in your relationship, Irina’s multi-dynamic approach to therapy can help you cultivate and sustain the change you are seeking. Irina … Read More

Roni Logani, Intern

Roni is passionate about empowering others to reach their desired goals individually and in relationships by reflecting on systemic influences on their lives. As a first-generation immigrant, she encourages clients to consider the effect of their intersectional identities on their … Read More

Shawn Li, Intern

Shawn is a firm believer in the transformative power of therapy. By creating a safe space for clients to be themselves, she uses a systemic and family-oriented lens to uncover the patterns and narratives that impact how we relate to … Read More

Danisha Bailey, Intern

Danisha believes in creating a therapeutic interpersonal relationship in a safe, supportive, nonjudgmental setting where each client feels seen and free to express their emotions and work toward their goals. Her therapeutic style is influenced by psychodynamic, strength-based, and cognitive-behavioral … Read More

Tessie Berghoff, Intern

Tessie believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship and the growth that occurs in therapy. She provides her clients with a safe space to explore and embrace their authentic selves. She is passionate about working with adults, young adults, … Read More

Diane Grogan, Intern

Diane is enthusiastic about working collaboratively with her clients to help them understand, develop, and improve the tools needed to navigate their lives and relationships. She believes in providing a warm, compassionate, and safe space for her clients to feel … Read More

Emily Wells, Intern

Emily strives to empower her clients to find and exercise their voices by creating a safe space. She believes that understanding who you are as an individual is an important part of building a strong relationship. She wants to work … Read More

Kierstin Rose, Intern

Kierstin is obtaining a Master’s degree in the Couple, and Family Therapy program at Antioch University, a COAMFTE accredited university and works as a student intern under the supervision of Alyssa Calderon, LMFT. Kierstin believes in working collaboratively with clients … Read More