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About Nourish Your Mind

Nourish Your Mind provides Mental Health and Mind-Body Nutrition services in the Hudson Valley area. Our mission is to provide hope, help and healing to those in need through a unique and integrative approach to emotional and physical wellness. 

The state of health in our country is in crisis. Nourish Your Mind was created by Jessica Sullivan with the primary goal of supporting those struggling with chronic physical and mental health issues. Nourish Your Mind will fight back against society’s degeneration of health, providing knowledge and resources to the community and helping to pave the way for the health and nutrition movement. 

Nourish Your Mind is proud to offer the following services to the community:

  • Counseling & Psychotherapy
  • Mind-Body Nutrition
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Eating Disorder Treatment
  • Group Psychotherapy
  • Educational Classes & Workshops

It is our sincere hope that our clients will go forward and share the knowledge and life-skills learned at Nourish Your Mind in order to support a more successful and healthy future for our children and subsequent generations.

About Jessica Sullivan

After obtaining her Master’s degree in Social Work from New York University, Jessica went on to provide counseling and psychotherapy services within the Hudson Valley area, specializing in treating anxiety and depression. Through her clinical work and her own experience, she began to recognize the immense connection between mental health and nutrition. Curious to expand her knowledge and share this with others, Jessica completed two different nutrition certifications with a unique approach to health – Nutritional Therapy and Eating Psychology. The combination of mental health and nutrition expertise allows Jessica to offer a well-rounded, integrative approach to helping her clients meet their individual goals. Jessica is also a certified Dialectical Behavior Therapist and incorporates these evidence-based skills regularly into her sessions. Jessica constantly seeks to expand her knowledge and attends continuing education seminars frequently in order to provide the most influential and up-to-date information to her clients.

Jessica established Nourish Your Mind with the hopes of sharing her knowledge, passion and experience with others. For Jessica, the journey into the field began as a personal one when she was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition at age 16. Jessica had suffered with chronic pain, digestive issues, depression and anxiety in connection with her condition and has used the techniques that she shares with her clients to heal her body. Jessica has found balance within her physical and emotional health – despite her diagnosis. Nourish Your Mind is derived from the belief that with the proper support, knowledge and determination, YOU can do the same.

Jessica resides in Monroe, New York with her husband, Move Physical Therapy’s Dr. Justin Sullivan and her two step-sons. Outside of Nourish Your Mind, she enjoys spending time with her family, practicing yoga, traveling, reading, and experimenting in the kitchen.

  • Nutritional Therapy Association
  • Weston A. Price Foundation
  • National Association of Social Workers
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy National Certification and Accreditation Association

About Kristen LoBianco

Kristen received her Masters of Social Work from Fordham University, with a concentration in Clinical Practice and a certification in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).  Kristen began her career providing individual therapy to adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression, trauma and eating disorders. Throughout her career, she has expanded her knowledge by attending trainings on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and has received certifications specializing in eating disorders.

Kristen has also completed training through Eat Breathe Thrive, a non-profit organization that aims to prevent and help individuals overcome food and body image challenges through integrative mind-body programs. Incorporating a blend of yoga-based practices, meditation and mindfulness with therapy has proven successful for Kristen’s clients.

Kristen’s gift as a therapist is her passion for working with eating disorders. Her own life experience includes anxiety, body image struggles and defining one’s self are now realized and conquered every day. Kristen is dedicated in supporting your journey as you rebuild a pathway back into your body while restoring self confidence in who you are. Together we will work towards creating a positive and strong relationship between mind and body.

Kristen resides in Monroe NY with her husband and 2 children. She enjoys spending time with her family, practicing yoga, interior decorating and traveling.

  • Licensed Social Worker, State of New York
  • Master of Social Work, Fordham University
  • Eat Breathe Thrive Facilitator Training (Module 1), Eat Breathe Thrive
  • Trauma-Focused CBT Certification, Fordham University
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