Gabrielle Ducsay is currently a clinical psychologist licensed in New York and California, providing telehealth in both states.
In her practice, Gabrielle provides psychotherapy to individual adults and couples. Areas of interest include relationships; transitions, struggles and communication issues within relationships. She also helps individuals and couples with issues of sexuality and how to communicate needs and set boundaries.
Clients are encouraged to process and integrate past trauma to understand and manage shame that may arise in present day relationships.
Her clinical work also includes work with artists, specifically helping those in creative fields navigate the balance between artistic and practical needs, as well as dealing with past injuries that may be triggered in the present.
She received her masters degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University and has finished her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Gabrielle wrote her dissertation on borderline personality disorder from a feminist perspective, looking at the historical context of the diagnosis, including the underlying personal trauma that precipitates a diagnosis of BPD.
Her clinical training began at The Southern California Counseling Center. She then continued her work at The Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills.
Ms. Ducsay’s areas of interest include anxiety, depression, relationship issues and life transitions.