Hayley Goodrich, LMSW
At its heart, the work of healing is a liberatory practice. It teaches us a new way of being in the world, less encumbered by the past. As we come to understand ourselves more clearly and appreciate what has brought us to this moment, we get to make new, courageous choices. We start to move through the world more freely.
To get there, I work from a place of tending to the things that make us who we are—our unique emotional landscapes, our particular physiologies, our varied identities, and our innate need for attachment and authentic connection. Together we’ll develop an expansive and rich language for describing emotions, and learn ways of tuning into the language of the body. We’ll explore what it’s like for you to be in relationship with yourself and others, and we’ll practice new ways of being in connection. We will welcome every part of you with compassion and acceptance, while getting curious about how each part came to be. As we practice slowing down and making space for all that you are, we’ll begin to move bravely towards a new way of being.
I hold a Masters in Social Work from New York University and have received training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and mindfulness practices. I have experience working with adults and adolescents dealing with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, grief, life transitions, and all manner of relationship challenges. Prior to joining Erika Malm Collective, I worked in documentary film production sharing human stories on a wider scale.
I’d love to hear from you. You’re welcome to drop me a note through the form below or give me a call at 917-594-6837.