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Fien Bosiers

Parent coach and Parent-infant specialist, MA in psychology

Fien received a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Ghent, Belgium. She continued her education in child and adolescent psychology in Barcelona, Spain where she obtained a European Certificate in Child and Adolescent psychology. After moving to New York, Fien specialized in Parent-Infant psychotherapy at Columbia University.


She has worked as a child development specialist at Montefiore Hospital and is certified as a parent coach at Jai Institute for Parenting. 

Fien is passionate about working with children and their caregivers. As a mom of two young children and while living abroad, she has experienced firsthand the many challenges motherhood can bring. She understands the importance and great value of being supported.

Fien offers services in English, Dutch and Spanish.


Danna Vishlitzky

Parent-infant specialist, LMSW

Danna studied social work at New York University and has completed the post graduate program in Parent - Infant Psychotherapy at Columbia University.


Before obtaining her MSW, Danna worked with Preschoolers and school-aged children at the Harlem Child Development Center in the outpatient clinic providing play therapy, dyadic therapy with the child and the parent as well as parent therapy. During her training, Danna worked in several settings with infants, toddlers and parents supporting the parent child relationship. 


Danna’s goal is to support parents in understating their child and aspires to provide them with a safe space to explore their own feelings and difficulties.

Danna provides services in English and Hebrew. 

Our Philosophy

Becoming a parent is  an experience unlike any other. When a baby is born, a mother is born. A mental world that forms a new identity is created. We believe in the importance of being supported while going through this transition.

For most people, parenthood can be a time of great enjoyment, but also feel challenging and difficult. Giving yourself time and space is important to help yourself and your child develop and connect. 


In our gentle approach, we're not attempting to "fix" or quickly resolve you or the challenges you might be experiencing. We believe in the power of human connection and creation. By working together, looking at patterns of our past and finding inner strength we believe we can create meaningful and long-lasting change. 

By offering a non-judgmental and supportive space we strive to offer caregivers a chance to connect with themselves and others to find meaning and connection during this challenging time of their life.

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