Dacia Fusaro obituary and dead, Licensed Clinical Social Worker death

I have been dedicated to working with individuals since 2014, embarking on my professional journey in New York City as an educator for eight years before realizing my aspiration to become a therapist. My academic journey includes obtaining a Master’s in Social Services from Fordham University, a Master of Science in Education from Pace University, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Hunter College.

Psychotherapy has always been my calling. I find inspiration in the stories of transformation and growth that unfold when individuals break free from destructive patterns and limiting beliefs, taking charge of their own narratives. I firmly believe that adversity does not dictate our destiny.

Life inevitably brings pain, but it’s our ability to navigate these challenges and losses that shapes our identity. When approached with love and curiosity, healing becomes attainable.

My therapeutic approach is collaborative, curious, and warm. I recognize the healing power of humor and believe that establishing safety and trust is crucial for effective therapy. In our sessions, you’ll have the freedom to express yourself without fear of judgment. Together, we will set the pace and structure of our work based on your needs—whether you seek a space to process thoughts and feelings, desire direction and insight, or aim to build concrete skills.

Our collaboration will honor your unique circumstances and life story, fostering more adaptive, sustainable, and fulfilling ways of navigating the world and addressing life challenges.

As an eclectic therapist, I draw on various theoretical frameworks, tailoring therapy to best suit your needs. My approach is psychodynamic, emphasizing how past experiences shape our beliefs and expectations. I integrate depth psychology, CBT, EMDR, and trauma-informed somatic work into my practice.

If you are curious about my therapeutic style and exploring whether we are a good fit, please feel free to reach out.

Scroll to Top