Toni Dawn Grimaldi
Toni Dawn Grimaldi is a Mental Health Counselor specializing in individual therapy using a blend of therapeutic techniques and approaches including Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Positive Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Toni Dawn encourages yoga as an additional therapeutic tool to help strengthen the healing process of the mind and body.
Toni Dawn has spent 5 years in the Mental Health and Healthcare field with her clinical fieldwork experience in Westchester, NY working with a broad spectrum of patients including anxiety and depression. She graduated Iona College with her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling.
Currently, Toni Dawn serves in addressing the needs of adults, children and adolescents ranging from anxiety, depression, general life stressors, grief, self-esteem, trauma, body positivity, eating disorders, relationship and marital / pre-marital issues. By using interactive, collaborative therapy modalities Toni Dawn works with clients to help them obtain their optimal lifestyle, personal growth and health. Her goal is to allow her clients to achieve positive perspectives and insights that can be used in every day life through self-discovery and connection/reconnection with oneself.
Professional Disclosure Statement
Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling (2020)
Fieldwork Experience: 1000+ Hours at St. Vincent's Hospital Westchester - Partial Hospitalization Program, Harrison, NY
I have completed my graduate education and a student fieldwork experience, which has satisfied the requirements of the New York State Education Department and Mental Health Counseling to be an associate-level counselor. I practice under supervision and am accruing clinical hours toward full, independent licensure as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor
I practice under the supervision of Colette Lopane-Capella LMHC (#006620-1). Supervision is utilized to develop the counselor's range of clinical interventions in the counseling profession through case review, discussion, and sometimes audio recordings or note review. Supervisors are bound to the same level of confidentiality as the treating clinician.