Learning the Sacred Art of Forgetting the World to Remember Your Truth


Passcode: Meditation

Each of us wears many hats and serve various roles as friend, parent, employee, and neighbor. In this day and age, so many of us are walking around living a masked life on autopilot, disconnected from our innate creativity, our intuition, and who we truly are. We will explore how to stay close to our true self, and the obstacles that often get in our way.
Gay is a Psychotherapist (LCSW) and Transformational Coach in private practice in New York City. She supports individuals in navigating life transitions, relationship issues and life purpose exploration using the therapy model of AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy). This model stems from the belief that we are all hard-wired to heal, that it’s an innate capacity within each of us. Gay is passionate about helping others learn to live as their authentic or true self at any age. She has trained NYU masters and PhD students in psychodynamic psychotherapy and has worked as a psychotherapist at Washington Square Institute and the Karen Horney Clinic supporting individuals from underserved communities. Gay has also been a group facilitator for breast and metastatic cancer groups at SHARE (NYC) and at Good Grief (NJ). She has been a student of spirituality practices, including mindfulness and meditation for over 12 years and received a Certificate in Spirituality and Psychotherapy, at the Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute (NYC). To learn more about Gay and her work, visit www.gaydoherty.com.

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May 16 2022


10:00 am - 11:00 am