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    Talk therapy for students, women and mothers who are tired of feeling anxious, overwhelmed and unhappy.

    Life Coaching

    Coaching Packages for moms and students who want to find their balance and feel more confident in themselves and their abilities.

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    Break Free from Anxiety, Unhappiness and Self Doubt

    Let’s lift the weight of the world from your shoulders. My role is to empower and support you to achieve your goals. Goals we all have, of confidence, control, and happiness. Together we will make a plan to identify triggers, establish coping skills, and welcome balance in to your life. You deserve to be happy! Let me show you how.

    Alisa Fulvio, LCSW

    I am an Ivy League trained psychotherapist and life coach who specializes in working with women & mamas who are tired of feeling stressed out, overwhelmed and unhappy. But my real credentials come from living this life: a degree from Columbia University, four children, and a business. Life can be chaotic and stressful leaving us struggling to stay afloat. We wonder if we are doing it right. We doubt ourselves and our abilities. Let me teach you what I’ve learned. We got this. You've got this!!!
    Alisa Fulvio, LCSW
    Photo credit: K.D. Schmidt Photography



    From the Blog

    • Feb, 14

      Reconnecting: Life After Kids

        Remember life before kids? When you could have a conversation without someone screaming in the background. When you could go to the bathroom by yourself, be spontaneous, sleep in on the weekends and just get up a leave whenever you felt like it. Remember when it was just just the two of you? Just […]

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      Jun, 1

      Meet Alisa: The Balanced Mama

      If you had told me a year ago that I would be writing a blog, I would have probably laughed out loud. But like, for real, laugh out loud. Why,” you ask?   Well, because English was always a tough subject for me in school. It’s not that I disliked the material, I just wasn’t […]

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    • Apr, 15

      My Advice to Millennial Mamas

      We live in the age of information overload. Where one has immediate access to the latest research, tips and advice on how to effectively parent and raise a child. On one hand, this information can be reassuring and super convenient. I mean in the midst of a 2:00 A.M. dilemma we don’t think twice before […]

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      Feb, 10


      I’ve experienced those moments where time seems to stand still. Where I am completely present and aware of all my senses: sight, touch, sound, taste and smell. Where emotion is raw and real. Where I am reminded that life is so precious and fragile. Moments where it feels like a scene from a movie and […]

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    • Dec, 9

      What To Do When There Is Too Much To Do

      Life. Day in and day out. It often feels like our to-do list never ever ends. When we actually stop and think about all we need to do it can be quite overwhelming. So overwhelming we don’t even know where to begin. And so we don’t begin, or we may start something and then get […]

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      Dec, 3

      How To Deal With The Anxiety That Comes Up In Response To Shootings/Violence

      It’s no surprise that the influx of shootings and violence is concerning and down right scary for our children and us parents. It raises our anxiety and brings up a lot of questions about our safety. Here are some tips to deal with our raised anxiety around this issue:   1. Talk about your feelings. […]

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    • Apr, 22

      Letting Go

      According to the doctor you were hypothetically conceived on this day one year ago. Today is the day you came to me and the day before I will have to let you go. Tomorrow you will start daycare (or as we call it in our house “school”). The only person excited for you to start […]

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