Meet Babita Spinelli in today’s podcast! Babita is a Licensed Psychotherapist/Psycholanalyst who practices in New York and New Jersey, USA. A quote from her website “Everything has changed and yet I am more me than I have ever been” by Ian Thomas; this quote really resonated with me (read it again, it’s a deep one!) when I was preparing for today’s interview. Babita shares a personal story about how she committed to doing her own personal work, navigating her own life. As she found herself she noticed how things were changing really helped her to be more connected with who she was. The unfolding of this journey can be huge for those who work through the therapy process. Babita also shares how her love of doors informed the naming of her practice in a unique and special way! And lastly, she discusses her Multicultural Therapy, the cultural space she creates for her clients, for people coming from different background and biracial couples for example. Babita is culturally sensitive therapist and explains why this lens and associated training is important for clients.
Please note, any and all information provided by this podcast should not be used as a substitute to seeking professional guidance that may be relevant to your own personal situation. This podcast is not intended to be a substitute for mental health therapy.
Babita’s website: https://openingthedoorspsychotherapy.com/