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Aimee Barr, LCSW is a psychotherapist with private practices in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Union Square, Manhattan. Her practice specializes in supporting adults navigate their toughest life transitions such as career changes, divorces and break-ups. She has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Fordham University and a Post-Masters Certificate from The National Institute of the Psychotherapies (NIP). She has spent many years as a sexual assault response team volunteer and is currently a board member of ARISE foundation, which is a charity based in New York City and London. It is founded on the belief that more should be done to support grass-roots anti-slavery networks. When she is not seeing clients, she works on employing mindfulness and self-acceptance in her own everyday life. She has been featured in The Huffington Post, Well + Good, Monster and is a frequent lecturer at Fordham University
Aimee breaks down the differnce between a healthy amount of work stress and serious depression and anxiety at work.
Well + Good
In this article Aimee shares her tips on how to avoid the comparing yourself to other and increase your self esteem.
In this interview with Aimee's graduate alma mater, Aimee reveals how she used self advocacy to overcome her learning difficulties with dyslexia.