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a place for wellbeing, identity, sexuality, and relationships


At our practice we treat mental health in the context of general health and not as an isolated problem. Beginning with nutrition, movement, and sleep. Focusing on improving these areas help us learn about your body and mind and we work to improve your overall health.

My clinical approach utilizes three disciplines, Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Post-Modern. Using these theories, means meeting you where you are at, unconditionally and seeking to understand barriers that have prevented optimal health; learning to recognize patterns of thought, beliefs, and feelings that reinforce problematic behavior; and charting a path forward using measurable and goal-oriented changes. 

Meet your therapist

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After a decade of working with global mental health, Dr. Hod Tamir recognized fundamental challenges to mental health and well-being. Patients faced immense stigma, and healthcare was often compartmentalized to an individual diagnosis as opposed to addressing the whole person. WīSR was designed to move beyond the narrow view of mental health and uses a broad, multi-faceted approach to health and wellness. In addition to clinical interventions, WĪSR includes community, fitness, nutrition, nature, meditation, and spirituality to reach optimum health and well-being. Above all else, WīSR is a judgment-free space to share, heal, and grow. 


Hod is a developmental psychologist and licensed mental health counselor. He completed his postdoctoral training fellowship at ICAP-Columbia University Medical Center. In 2015, Hod was selected by the National Institutes of Health for the Fogarty Fellowship and awarded the Global Health Equity Scholarship to implement mental health interventions in India. He received his PhD in Psychology at Florida International University in Miami. Dr. Tamir has been on the faculty of Touro College and Florida International University and has given guest lectures at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. He lives in Brooklyn with his family.


Free Consultation (phone/video call)

Intake (first session): 300/60 minutes

Individual sessions: 225/45 minutes, 300/60 minutes

Couples: 300/60 minutes


While we do not currently accept insurance, we can help navigate the out-of-network reimbursement process and referrals to other providers when necessary. 


347. 719. 0131

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