Whitney McMullan, LCSW
I received my Masters in Social Work at The Columbia University School of Social Work. During the years that followed, I piloted trauma informed group therapy programs for Brooklyn Public School communities and held a position as Lead Therapist in The College of Mount Saint Vincent's Counseling and Psychological Service Center. I then held a Primary Therapist position at Monte Nido Manhattan in their Partial Hospitalization Program and Intensive Outpatient Program. Alongside my work in private practice, I currently hold a position at Eating Disorder Recovery Specialists as Primary Clinical Coach.
As a clinician I utilize a Psychodynamic and Client Centered theraputic approach, with aspects of CBT and DBT. Making sure to meet each client where they are in life and in their relationship to therapy, I also pull from a mindful and somatic approach when facilitating sessions.
Temimah Zucker, LMSW
Temimah received her graduate degree from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work. She has worked at Monte Nido Manhattan since 2013 and is currently a primary therapist at this location. Temimah's private practice work focuses primarily on Eating Disorders, Disordered Eating, Body Image, Mental Health, and Coping with Cancer. Temimah specializes in working with the Orthodox Jewish Community. Additionally, she is a public speaker and writer on the subjects of mental health, self-esteem, body image, and eating disorders at various institutions and publications. Temimah utilizes a blend of psychodynamic understanding as well as CBT and DBT skills to help clients achieve their intended goals. Temimah is trained in CPT.
Anthony Bracco, LMSW
Anthony attended the New York University Silver School of Social Work for his Bachelors and Masters degree. He received a Minor in Child and Adolescent Mental Health through the NYU Langone Child Study Center. Anthony’s work focuses on treating those with disordered eating, substance use, anxiety, and mood related issues. Anthony specializes in working with the LGBTQ community. He favors a person-centered, direct approach that integrates psychodynamic and evidence based techniques with humor and honesty. With compassion and psychoeducation, he aims to equip patients with the skills, knowledge, and awareness to manage a spectrum of life stressors.