Mary Breen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Midtown, New York and the group practice owner of Repose Therapy & Wellness. She also has a small private practice in Westchester, NY where she specializes in Maternal Wellness.
Mary has expertise in guiding young adults and professionals toward lives of balance and joy. Mary works primarily with adults in their 20s and 30s who are navigating the day-to-day stressors of career ambitions, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships, and future planning. Working from a holistic approach, she strives to help clients become more self-aware, nourish their strengths, and form authentic connections with themselves and others.
Additionally, Mary enjoys working with professionals dealing with the day-to-day stressors of anxiety, grief and loss, relationships, and career ambitions. At the heart of her practice is a deep commitment to helping clients to feel more grounded in their own bodies and emotions. Working from a holistic approach, she strives to help clients become more self-aware, nourish their strengths, and form authentic connections with themselves and others.
At the heart of Mary’s practice is a deep commitment to helping clients to feel more grounded in their own bodies and emotions. Being certified in a variety of complementary therapeutic practices, she highlights the importance of the mind-body connection by integrating meditation, breathwork, and therapeutic yoga during sessions.
Mary is particularly passionate about supporting women through pregnancy and the postpartum period, a time that she understands is full of both excitement and tremendous change; she is highly experienced in advocating for women as they embrace their new identity and navigate challenges including postpartum depression or anxiety.
Mary takes a warm, interactive approach to therapy, collaboratively engaging with her clients to form a therapeutic partnership. Her office, located near Grand Central and Bryant Park, is arranged as a boutique yoga studio to help nurture inner peace. Mary appreciates that it can be difficult to make it to the office during traditional hours, and offers the added convenience of flexible appointment scheduling and remote therapy sessions for those who have complicated schedules, travel frequently for work, or live outside of NYC. She especially enjoys working remotely with expats and English-speakers living internationally.