Michele Kabas is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Midtown Manhattan and Syosset, New York. She works primarily with young adult and adult women who are struggling to find their voice at work, in relationships, and in their own bodies. An eating disorder specialist, Michele has deep expertise in incorporating body-sensitive yoga and meditation to strengthen the mind-body connection.
In addition to her work with individuals recovering from eating challenges or exploring their relationship to food, Michele welcomes a wide range of clients navigating the challenges of anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, and substance misuse. She works from a harm-reduction model, a compassionate approach that reduces reliance on substances and strengthens alternative coping mechanisms.
Alongside traditional talk therapy and mindfulness practices, Michele also offers training in Emotional Freedom Techniques (tapping), a body-centered approach which helps clients unblock negative thought patterns and stuck memories to live life more freely. Michele is dedicated to helping women learn to assert their own needs, empowering her clients to establish and enforce boundaries, pursue goals, and express their authentic voice.
Supportive and interactive, Michele works collaboratively with her clients to define a treatment plan. Outside of private practice, Michele offers workshops and group therapy session that integrate yoga, breathwork, and therapeutic processing. She welcomes new clients to her office in Gramercy, accessible from the 4/6/Q/R/W trains at 23rd St station.