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Farah Morain (she/her)

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Danielle Murphy (she/her)

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Danielle Murphy, SHe/her

Danielle Murphy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of New York and Pennsylvania. She holds a Masters in Social Work from New York University. Danielle has been in private practice since 2014. She incorporates different treatment modalities into her work, with an emphasis on body-oriented techniques.

Danielle is an avid learner and often is studying new and innovative therapeutic techniques. One of the most profound areas of her study has been the work of Dr. Peter Levine who is the founder of Somatic Experiencing. This is a body-based naturalistic approach to healing trauma. Danielle is an active member of the Somatic Experiencing community, where she assists widely and is approved to provide Personal Sessions and Consultations.

Danielle serves on the board of the United States Association of Body Psychotherapy. USABP is a nonprofit membership association dedicated to developing and advancing the art, science, and practice of Body Psychotherapy.

Danielle deeply believes in the inherent wisdom and knowledge of our bodies. She believes that our bodies hold all of the capacity that one needs to heal and be whole, no matter the stress, traumas and troubles experienced in life. Supporting clients in discovering their innate wholeness, the tools to reclaim ease in their life and the power to live out their dreams is Danielle’s greatest passion.

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Farah Morain, she/her

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Farah Morain, LCSW, PSEP is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Somatic Psychotherapist in New York City. Farah is dedicated to working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and life experiences struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges.

Farah believes that therapy is an opportunity to learn more about yourself in order to manage life’s challenges. Being a first generation immigrant of Caribbean descent, Farah believes that therapy should be accessible for everyone and advocates for mental health awareness.

Farah also works in the field of community mental health serving in many different leadership roles by supervising staff and helping individuals with severe mental illness, and addictions recover and integrate in their communities. With a strong passion for helping others heal, Farah uses an integrated approach depending on the needs of the individual. Farah draws from somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care, and mindfulness practices to help individuals feel their best, take up space, and experience joy.

Farah holds a Master’s Degree from Silberman School of Social Worker at Hunter College, where she graduated with her MSW in clinical practice with a specialization in health and mental health. In her free time, Farah enjoys volunteering, cooking, traveling, and reading.

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Farah Morain, LCSW, PSEP is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Somatic Psychotherapist in New York City. Farah is dedicated to working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and life experiences struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges.

Farah believes that therapy is an opportunity to learn more about yourself in order to manage life’s challenges. Being a first generation immigrant of Caribbean descent, Farah believes that therapy should be accessible for everyone and advocates for mental health awareness.

Farah also works in the field of community mental health serving in many different leadership roles by supervising staff and helping individuals with severe mental illness, and addictions recover and integrate in their communities. With a strong passion for helping others heal, Farah uses an integrated approach depending on the needs of the individual. Farah draws from somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care, and mindfulness practices to help individuals feel their best, take up space, and experience joy.

Farah holds a Master’s Degree from Silberman School of Social Worker at Hunter College, where she graduated with her MSW in clinical practice with a specialization in health and mental health. In her free time, Farah enjoys volunteering, cooking, traveling, and reading.

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EVA Turner, She/they

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Eva is Queer, Black, mixed race femme from the Bay Area, who has been in Brooklyn since 2010. Eva has been an independent Healing Justice and educational consultant since 2016, a business and calling birthed through being seen, encouraged and supported by other Black and Brown women and femmes and TGNC folk in community and is now providing one on one and small group work in Somatics-utilizing meditation, Motivational Interviewing, strengths based coaching, movement and Breathwork techniques to encourage clients to a place of wholeness and personal power.

Eva is currently an SEP student with the Somatic Experiencing Institute, conducting one-on-one sessions with Danille Murphy LCSW group practice and providing Administrative consulting and coaching.


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Pallavi Ankolekar, she/her

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Pallavi Ankolekar, LCSW CCTP is a psychotherapist specializing in working with adults with various wellness goals in NY and NJ.  She is passionate about supporting BIPOC navigate their healing journey with warmth and compassion because we all deserve the opportunity to thrive and not just survive.  

Pallavi’s extensive training in trauma and use of EMDR allows her to guide her clients to feel unstuck in their negative self-beliefs and regain their sense of peace.

Pallavi uses a culturally sensitive, antiracist, anti-oppressive structures and systems approach to work through and process unresolved feelings or issues around the self and our place in our communities. 

She believes that the therapeutic relationship is especially important for allowing people to realize and feel into their boundless strength and joy by providing a warm, gentle, and welcoming space.  As a 1.5 gen South Asian immigrant, Pallavi has the empathy and understanding to help others find their calm in a world that consistently wants to question their worth or sense of self.



Pallavi Ankolekar has  a Master’s Degree from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College where she graduated with her MSW in clinical practice with a specialization in health and mental health. She has expertise working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, effects of trauma, 1st gen family or cultural conflicts, coping with life transitions, relationship issues, identifying & setting healthy boundaries, or the myriad challenges that can arise in our lives.

Pallavi often incorporates many different modalities into her practice with a focus on having her clients leave sessions feeling lighter and breathing easier.

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Danielle Murphy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of New York and Pennsylvania. She holds a Masters in Social Work from New York University. Danielle has been in private practice since 2014. She incorporates different treatment modalities into her work, with an emphasis on body-oriented techniques. 

Danielle is an avid learner and often is studying new and innovative therapeutic techniques. One of the most profound areas of her study has been the work of Dr. Peter Levine who is the founder of Somatic Experiencing. This is a body-based naturalistic approach to healing trauma. Danielle is an active member of the Somatic Experiencing community, where she assists widely and is approved to provide Personal Sessions and Consultations. 

Danielle serves on the board of the United States Association of Body Psychotherapy.  USABP is a nonprofit membership association dedicated to developing and advancing the art, science, and practice of Body Psychotherapy.

Danielle deeply believes in the inherent wisdom and knowledge of our bodies. She believes that our bodies hold all of the capacity that one needs to heal and be whole, no matter the stress, traumas and troubles experienced in life. Supporting clients in discovering their innate wholeness, the tools to reclaim ease in their life and the power to live out their dreams is Danielle’s greatest passion.

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EVA Turner (she/They)

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Pallavi Ankolekar (she/her)

Eva is Queer, Black, mixed race femme from the Bay Area, who has been in Brooklyn since 2010. Eva has been an independent Healing Justice and educational consultant since 2016, a business and calling birthed through being seen, encouraged and supported by other Black and Brown women and femmes and TGNC folk in community and is now providing one on one and small group work in Somatics-utilizing meditation, Motivational Interviewing, strengths based coaching, movement and Breathwork techniques to encourage clients to a place of wholeness and personal power.

Eva is currently an SEP student with the Somatic Experiencing Institute, conducting one-on-one sessions with Danille Murphy LCSW group practice and providing Administrative consulting and coaching.


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Pallavi Ankolekar, LCSW CCTP is a psychotherapist specializing in working with adults with various wellness goals in NY and NJ.  She is passionate about supporting BIPOC navigate their healing journey with warmth and compassion because we all deserve the opportunity to thrive and not just survive.  

Pallavi’s extensive training in trauma and use of EMDR allows her to guide her clients to feel unstuck in their negative self-beliefs and regain their sense of peace.

Pallavi uses a culturally sensitive, antiracist, anti-oppressive structures and systems approach to work through and process unresolved feelings or issues around the self and our place in our communities.  She believes that the therapeutic relationship is especially important for allowing people to realize and feel into their boundless strength and joy by providing a warm, gentle, and welcoming space. 

As a 1.5 gen South Asian immigrant, Pallavi has the empathy and understanding to help others find their calm in a world that consistently wants to question their worth or sense of self.



Pallavi Ankolekar has  a Master’s Degree from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College where she graduated with her MSW in clinical practice with a specialization in health and mental health. She has expertise working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, effects of trauma, 1st gen family or cultural conflicts, coping with life transitions, relationship issues, identifying & setting healthy boundaries, or the myriad challenges that can arise in our lives.

Pallavi often incorporates many different modalities into her practice with a focus on having her clients leave sessions feeling lighter and breathing easier.

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