Beata Lewis MD
DR. BEATA “BLISS” LEWIS is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist in private practice. She works with children, teenagers, and adults. Dr. Lewis graduated with a degree in biology from Harvard University, and earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School. She completed adult psychiatry training at Columbia University and child psychiatry training at the NYU Child Study Center. She is board certified in adult psychiatry, child psychiatry and integrative holistic medicine. Her areas of interest include psychotherapy, integrative psychopharmacology, mind-body medicine, and nutrition. Dr. Lewis is a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU and teaches an undergraduate course called Complementary and Alternative Mental Health.
Drawing from her extensive education and expertise, Dr. Lewis integrates conventional mental health treatments with alternative and complementary approaches. She tailors treatment to the needs and interests of each client, and may incorporate psychotherapy, psychotropic medication management, breath and relaxation work, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, biofeedback, hypnosis, nutrition, and herbal remedies.
Dr. Lewis’ approaches to working with children and teenagers include talk therapy, family therapy, play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, nutritional, educational, and lifestyle modifications, and biofeedback.
Dr. Lewis focuses on anxiety and mood disorders, insomnia, ADHD in children and adults, trauma, stress reduction, chronic illness, disordered eating, and adjustment and relationship issues.
Kaylee Stix LCSW, RYT
KAYLEE STIX, LCSW, RYT is an integrative psychotherapist and yoga teacher specializing in yoga therapy. She works as an associate to Dr. Lewis in private practice. Kaylee received her Master of Science degree in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and her Bachelor of Art degree from George Washington University. She attained her 200‐hour Registered Yoga Teacher certificate in Integrative Yoga Therapy.
Kaylee designs therapy sessions to meet each client’s unique needs, interests and goals. Depending on the client, she couples her wellness‐based, bio‐ psycho‐social and person‐centered approach with specific evidenced based practices, such as: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing and Relaxation Skills Training. In conjunction with traditional talk therapy, Kaylee may also integrate more holistic, complementary approaches into sessions, such as meditative breath‐work, yoga therapy and other mind‐body techniques. Kaylee works with individuals one on one, and leads groups.
Kaylee works with adults dealing with a variety of struggles, such as anxiety, stress, depression, transitions (i.e. wedding, pregnancy, school, career etc.), relationship problems, dating problems, creative blocks, adult ADD/ADHD, chronic illness, and sexuality‐related issues. With a collaborative and therapeutic partnership, she helps clients feel more empowered and equipped to face life’s ever‐evolving challenges. Her goal is to help clients not just learn how to cope with life’s many difficulties, but also to develop a greater sense of health, wellness and overall joy in life.
Anu Goel MD
DR. ANU GOEL is a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and works as an associate to Dr. Beata Lewis in private practice. Dr. Goel grew up in La Jolla, California, where he initially learned about the science and practice of a healthy lifestyle. He began his learning about psychiatry while engaged in clinical research at University of California, San Diego. He spent several years living and studying in India, where he deepened his knowledge of both conventional medicine and alternative and complementary medicine approaches native to India. He explored the integration of conventional Western approaches with ancient healing techniques such as mindfulness, yoga and Ayurveda.
Dr. Goel has an interest in the treatment of trauma and he worked with veterans in the psychiatry department at the VA Hospital in Washington DC. Dr. Goel pursued Adult Psychiatry Residency at the University of Kansas and then Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship at the University of Toledo. He accumulated significant clinical experience as a psychiatrist while working at a busy community mental health center in Ohio.
Dr. Goel uses a collaborative approach to psychiatric treatment by integrating conventional evidence-based medicine and psychiatry with integrative and holistic approaches.
Dr. Goel specializes in psychotherapy and sensible psychopharmacology with children and adults. His key approach to psychotherapy is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). He works with patients to come up with optimal medication regimens when medications are needed. He aims to help patients to reduce the number and dose of medications to obtain the best results with the minimum side effects, using the guidance of clinical skills and genomic testing. Dr. Goel is particularly cautious with medication use in children and adolescents.
He believes truly caring about an individual and understanding them at their core is the first step in healing. Dr. Goel believes in the importance of living a balanced life including strengthening relationships, lifelong learning, work life-balance and work satisfaction, nutrition, exercise, sleep, and spirituality.
Stephen Lewis LMHC
STEPHEN LEWIS LMHC is an integrative psychotherapist in private practice and an associate with Dr. Lewis, with offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Stephen earned his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Brown University and studied Philosophy of Mind and Eastern Psychology at Oxford University. Stephen holds a master’s degree in mental health counseling from NYU. He completed his clinical training in the inpatient and outpatient psychiatric units of Bellevue Medical Center in New York, where he was trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, psychodynamics, gestalt psychotherapy, and mindfulness-based stress reduction. He continued his education in addition to clinical practice and received a masters degree in Mind Body Medicine from Saybrook University.
After becoming a certified yoga instructor and yoga therapist and training in Ayurveda, Stephen gained extensive experience applying mind-body approaches to treat mental health concerns in hospital, private practice and community settings. Stephen practices integrative therapy which incorporates elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, yoga, hypnosis, guided imagery, coaching and life design. By integrating the time-tested science of holistic health with modern psychotherapy, Stephen supports his clients in reaching optimal wellness, maintaining balance, and finding contentment in life.
Stephen works with individuals with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma, grief, OCD, obsessive thoughts and ruminations, difficulties in dating and relationships, and life transitions, such as graduating from college or graduate school, career transitions, marriage and having children, divorces and other life transitions. Stephen works with individuals one on one and also enjoys working with couples in couples therapy. Stephen co-leads workshops for couples with Dr. Lewis.
- We partner with you to improve your life, and the lives of your children, family and loved ones. We work with children, adolescents, and adults, offering you:
Personalized Clinical Care: comprehensive psychiatric and psychological evaluations, medications, psychotherapy, and evidence-based complementary treatments such as nutritional supplements, herbs, and mind-body approaches. We work with you to determine the approach and treatments that will serve you best.
- Education and resources: Knowledge is power, and you are the ultimate expert and authority on your own mental health. Our role is to share with you the knowledge and expertise you need to make good choices for your health and wellbeing. We provide you with resources, informed by up-to-date research, and designed to be helpful to you.
- Integrative Mind Medicine applies the principles of integrative medicine to the care of the mind and mental wellness. We define Integrative Mind Medicine as mental health care that is personalized, holistic, evidence-based, and makes use of a range of appropriate therapeutic approaches—from “conventional” to “alternative.” The relationship between practitioner and patient is paramount. At Integrative Mind Medicine, we offer our professional and clinical expertise as we accompany you on your journey to optimal level of physical, emotional, and mental wellness.
- Drawing from the most current research and ancient sources alike, we provide you with quality care, integrating a wide array conventional and alternative treatments.
- We address the symptoms that bring you into treatment, and build on your strengths, talents, interests, experiences, and imagination.
- We conduct a thorough assessment and strive to develop a comprehensive understanding of who you are, taking into account the particulars of your life—your social, emotional, cultural, and professional life.
- While diagnosis is important because it guides treatment, we aim to avoid attaching labels. Instead we focus on a personalized approach to care that evolves over time with you.
- We serve as teammates and committed partners on your path to recovery and optimal health.
- You can feel better and live a healthier, more fulfilling life.
- Adult Psychiatry
- Child Psychiatry
- Mind-Body Medicine
- Integrative Medicine
- Depression and Mood Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
- Child and Adolescent
- Trauma (TFCBT, EMDR)
- Disordered Eating & Eating Disorders
- Attention Difficulties
- Stress-Related Problems
- Fibromyalgia & Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Relationship Problems
- Diet, Nutrition & Herbs
- Integrative Psychotherapy
- Relaxation Training