Anna grew up between Brooklyn and New Jersey and considers herself a native New Yorker.
Anna received her Bachelor of Arts degree at Loyola University in Baltimore and is currently in her final year as a Master’s student of Social Work at Hunter Silberman School of Social Work.
Anna has worked in education, fast-paced corporate marketing, and at non-profits. She uses her range of experiences to connect with people from all backgrounds and understands work
pressure from various settings. Anna has experience working with newcomer youth as well as seniors.
Anna is empathetic and motivational. She believes in holistic approaches to help clients meet their goals. She provides warmth and support to people who are working through loss, identity exploration, anxiety, depression, and relational difficulties. Anna is interested in bodywork, mindfulness, as well as intentional living and solution-focused therapy. Anna is fluent in Russian and has experience in therapeutic work with Russian-speaking Holocaust survivors.
Anna is a first-generation American. Her family is Russian Jewish and she feels culturally close to the traditions she grew up with. She has lived in five different countries and understands the
feeling of being a newcomer and the challenges that come with moving.
Anna’s hobbies are hosting, cooking, spending time outdoors, and spending time with loved ones. She loves good food, films, music, kayaking, and snowboarding. As self-care, Anna surrounds herself with her friends and family.
Anna loves that so many incredible restaurants and activities are at your fingertips in NYC.