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About Me


Nadia Mondestin, CRC, LADC, LPC-A

Professional Counselor Associate Psychotherapist

Aetna, Anthem, BC/BS, Beacon, Cigna, Evernorth, HUSKY


Nadia holds a Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling degree from Hunter College and is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor in the State of Connecticut. 

Clinically trained at Hunter College, Nadia's training focused on working across the lifespan with children, adolescents, & adults, on issues such as ADHD, disruptive behavior, anger, anxiety, depression, substance use / addictions, domestic violence, family conflict, gambling, grief & loss, trauma & PTSD, and much more.


Nadia's approach developed during her academic and experiential work as well as many diverse post graduate trainings. This training includes a rich foundation in:

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)

Motivational Interviewing

Solution Focused Therapy

She regularly attends clinical trainings to keep current on knowledge and skills relating to specific treatment approaches as well as furthering her expertise in the science of behavior, human development across the lifespan, and emotional and psychological wellness.   


Nadia began her career as a Rehabilitation Counselor at Project Renewal in NYC, where she successfully implemented a vocational program. She continued to train and achieve her license as a Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LADC) where she worked with adults both individually and in groups providing therapy and crisis intervention services. She has also worked as a Domestic Violence advocate and in outpatient settings where psychotherapy and Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) was provided. 

Nadia is highly experienced in working closely with other medical and mental health professionals, school professionals, and other community associations to help people gain relief from symptoms while developing greater insight and awareness, reducing problematic or disruptive behaviors, improving interpersonal, family, academic, career and community functioning, and overall well being. 

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