Founder and Clinical Lead
 Naaz Eshtehardi, Ed.M



An open and practical approach to helping you live your best life


My practice is dedicated to those who are looking for a warm, accepting, and honest environment to improve their quality of life and make positive changes. The foundation of my work is rooted in our therapeutic relationship built through unconditional honesty, understanding, respect, curiosity and acceptance. This will give you the opportunity to understand yourself in different ways while developing skills to create lasting change and purpose.


In addition to an essential therapeutic relationship, I am drawn to solution-focused treatment modalities in my work such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, however I do not believe there is a one size fits all approach to the human mind. Other schools of thought that I apply include those of positive psychology, psychoanalytic theory, and person-centered therapy. I work with clients seeking both longer term and/or solution-focused work. My goal is to understand your unique experience, support you to explore, reflect, discover, and ultimately achieve a more meaningful life. 

I earned two masters degrees from Columbia University, one focused on clinical assessment and the other on psychological counseling.  I have worked with people of all backgrounds, communities, and organizations and across multiple languages (English, Spanish, Persian). My specialities outside of my private practice based in NYC include behavior modification work, development of employee wellness programs, employee relations, and on-site employee assistance counseling. 

I am a Licensed Clinician (LMHC) in New York State, Licensed Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in California, and Certified Employment Assistance Professional (CEAP). Redefine Therapy Inc. is recognized as a WBE certified business in NYC.

Offering Telehealth, On-site Concierge Care & Clinical Supervision at this time 

Languages Offered: English, Spanish, Persian  

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"The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind"

William James