veronica vaiti

Veronica Vaiti, LCSW-R, CCATP

Co-Founder & Executive Director
Hello and welcome! My name is Veronica. I am the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Bhava Therapy Group, a group psychotherapy practice filled with heart and soul and a nationally accredited provider of continuing education for mental health providers. Whether practicing as an integrative psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, organizational consultant, course instructor, mentor, business manager and entrepreneur (I do wear a lot of hats!), I am driven by my profound respect for and curiosity in the human condition and our innate capacity for resilience, realization and evolution. The belief that we are here to impact one another positively and help others heal, learn and grow guides me in all aspects of my life’s work, choices and personal journey.

Forever curious, grounded and accepting, I bring a sense of attuned empathy and playful yet practical approaches to my work. I strive to inspire and challenge my clients to discern, listen to and trust their unique inner guides on their journey towards their best selves. Yoga, Buddhist meditation and the arts have been profound, guiding sources for me for many decades and inform much of my approach to life. Between my daily practices, and my training in multiple models of somatic and experiential psychotherapy, my ability to connect deeply and authentically with every human being I meet with is forever evolving and strengthening. Whether working with a couple, an individual or a team of professionals at an organization, I provide a safe and open space in which my clients can explore their truths, gain clarity around core issues and discover new, healthier ways of relating to themselves and the others in their lives.

I completed my Bachelor of Science in Accountancy at Villanova University, my Masters of Social Work at New York University, and post-masters training at the Gestalt Associates for Psychotherapy, New York University Advanced Practicum, EMDR, Focusing. My areas of clinical focus include: Trauma, Grief-work, Couples, Spirituality and Organizational Wellness and Evolution.

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