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MILLET ISRAELI

Psychotherapist

We all have Certain Losses.


Every one of us is losing something precious to us. Lost opportunities, lost possibilities, feelings we can never get back again. That's part of what it means to be alive.

-Haruki Murakami

Losses are part of the fabric of life. Loss of loved ones, jobs, hopes and dreams, relationships, good health. Loss comes in many forms. I provide a place for you to share your experience of loss and to find ways to cope. My aim is to help you integrate your losses into your life so you can move forward with strength and optimism.


It’s so much darker when a light goes out than it would have been if it had never shone.

-John Steinbeck

I focus on ruptured relationships (cut-offs, contentious divorce, custody battles), and illness (including coronavirus COVID19 related anxiety, separations and grief), end of life and bereavement.

 
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ABOUT MILLET

Millet is a psychotherapist who focuses on the varied human experience of loss.  She works with individuals and families struggling with grief, illness, end of life issues, anticipatory loss, and ambiguous loss.  Her approach integrates family systems theory, cognitive restructuring, mindfulness, and trauma informed care.  Millet enjoys creating and exploring photography and poetry, and both inform her work with her clients.  


Prior to her career as a psychotherapist, Millet practiced corporate law at Skadden Arps, Dow Jones and Talking Points Memo. She continues to leverage her many years of corporate experience providing workshops and group counseling in corporate and institutional settings. 


Millet holds a BA in psychology from Princeton, a JD from Harvard Law School, an MSW from NYU and is certified in bioethics through Montefiore. She is an advisor to Modern Loss and Ignite Mental Health. 

 

SELECT MEDIA

HOW TO GRIEVE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

HOW DO WE MOURN WHEN FORCED APART? A CRISIS WRAPPED INSIDE THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

THE RELUCTANT STORYTELLER:  THE USE OF SELF IN NARRATIVE SOCIAL WORK

MAKING AND BEING: WHEN PROJECTS DEPART