Be.WELL. Psychotherapy

Be.WELL. Psychotherapy


Diana Gasperoni and Ednesha Saulsbury are the dynamic hosts of BeReal, The Podcast. They are both psychotherapists in New York and they started recording together in March 2020 and have been busy bringing a wide variety of guests and topics to the table all within the frame of mental health.

Topics like imposter syndrome, racial trauma, yoga during pregnancy, the importance of laughter, parenting issues, couples therapy, grief, and even business marketing for therapists. They dove deep into issues affecting all of us throughout 2020 and beyond it. Each host brings her own expertise, humor, and tons of warmth to these interviews and topics.

While they typically host a guest, this episode is about the often misunderstood Seasonal Affective Disorder and includes Ednesha and Diana in conversation sharing their knowledge of and potential treatment plans for S.A.D. They do spontaneously welcome Ednesha's partner, who suffers from S.A.D., who generously shares his personal coping strategies.

This single episode was originally recorded in September 2021. We hope you enjoy it!

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It was an honor joining Diana and Ednesha of Be.WELL. Psychotherapy on the BeREAL podcast! You can listen to the interview (which starts around the 15 minute mark) here. We chatted about dietary nutrition and how we can
reach across our silos to talk about the ways that physical, emotional, and mental health intersect.

Give it a listen and let me know your thoughts!
Love this from our friends at Be.WELL. Psychotherapy ❤️

Be.WELL. Therapy offers individual, couples and group therapy. Our practice of licensed professional

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Mental Health Check – it’s okay to not be okay. We ALL have good and bad days and if you’re feeling down, it happens to everyone.⁠

✨ Plan daily mental health activities : Exercise, refuel your brain, get some fresh air.⁠

✨ Manage your stress : Some healthy coping strategies include yoga, taking a walk, playing a sport, going on a run, deep breathing, to name a few. ⁠

✨ Let yourself feel what you feel : When a low day happens, it doesn’t mean you have to shut out what you are truly feeling inside. Acknowledging your feelings can help you move through them.⁠

Comment below if you needed to hear this today ⬇️

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As leaders your responsibilities have shifted, and attention to the + of your employees is now a priority.⁠

BeWELL has created a way for you to address the needs of your team and support their well being. This initiative is designed to support your employees’ well-being while creating a workplace where they can thrive.⁠

Head to the link in our bio to learn more 🔝


Friday thoughts 💭 You will bloom if you take time to water yourself 🪻🌸🌷



✨Therapist Spotlight Tuesday — Meet Melanie ✨ ⁠

Deciding to make changes to your life is a huge step but once you decide to do it, the most amazing things start to happen! Melanie Stitt uses a harm reduction approach and is committed to working with young adults who never believed they had options for self care, wellness and self exploration. She is excited about using her creative and clinical backgrounds to work with young people who struggle with issues of self esteem, peer and family conflict and more. She meets people where they are, works collaboratively to identify goals and missions and makes sure her patients are included every step of the way in their treatment.⁠

Part of what makes her treatment approach unique is her diverse background, having a creative background in the fashion industry after undergrad as well as growing up in other cultures as the child of military personnel. Constant transitions throughout her live provides a different perspective and opportunities to think outside the box in creating interventions with her patients.⁠

Specialties: Anxiety/LGBTQ/Life Transitions/Racial and Identity Issues/Relationship Issues/Online Therapy⁠

⁠Head to the link in our bio for more info on Melanie and book a FREE consult today 💙


"Therapy is like a little cul de sac off the street of life.⁠
Take what you learn in therapy and take it out into the street" 🛣️ - Arianna Eisenberg, LCSW ⁠

Our therapists will work with you in that journey to lighten that load, to let the damage no longer control your life. You are worthy of that healing, and though it may seem impossible - know it IS possible. 💙⁠

Book a FREE consult with the link in our bio today


✨Therapist Spotlight Tuesday — Meet Jerisel ✨

Jerisel specializes in working with individuals who are longing to attain a better understanding of themselves and their relationships. Jerisel has tremendous passion for helping improve clients’ self-esteem, repair emotional regulation difficulties, and foster better self-awareness. She supports individuals struggling with trauma, anxiety, depressions, and relational problems by helping them build sustainable coping mechanisms. She is dedicated to collaboratively working together to solve the difficulties that bring you to therapy.

Specialties: Anxiety/Depression/EMDR/Family Problems/Racial and Identity Issues/Relationship Issues

Head to the link in our bio for more info on Jerisel and book a FREE consult today 💙

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Everyone who has ever held a job has, at some point, felt the pressure of work-related stress. Any job can have stressful elements, even if you love what you do. In the short-term, you may experience pressure to meet a deadline or to fulfill a challenging obligation. But when work stress becomes chronic, it can be overwhelming—and harmful to both physical and emotional health 💙⁠

BeWELL has created a way for you to address the needs of your team and support their well being. This initiative is designed to support your employees’ well-being while creating a workplace where they can thrive.⁠

Head to the link in our bio to learn more 🔝


✨Therapist Spotlight Tuesday — Meet Brijuan ✨ ⁠

Brijuan approaches therapy in a collaborative manner where the client leads the direction, while she supports from the sideline. She actively listens and creates a space of authenticity, openness, care, respect, non-judgment, flexibility, and warmth. She assists clients with finding meaning in life stressors and pivoting in ways that make everyday life easier and enjoyable to help clients exude power, happiness, and resilience. She also helps clients with becoming more empathetic towards themselves as well as with others.⁠

Specialties: College Transition/Anxiety/Depression/Family Problems/Life Transitions/Racial and Identity Issues/Teens⁠

Head to the link in our bio for more info on Brijuan and book a FREE consult today 💙


✨ Monday Reminder ✨Take this with you as you start a new week — Be proud of the work you do, the person you are and the difference that you make 💙


Friday thoughts 💭 Sometimes love sounds like, 'Tell me how you are really doing' 💙


✨Therapist Spotlight Tuesday — Meet Divya ✨ ⁠

Divya is an anxiety expert, trauma specialist, and has extensive training in evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) for trauma, and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). She completed a training fellowship in cognitive behavioral therapies where she was trained from knowledge collected by experts at Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute. ⁠

Specialties include: ⁠
College Transition/Panic Disorder/OCD/Anxiety/EMDR/Family Problems/Life Transitions/Professional Growth/Racial and Identity Issues/Relationship Issues/Women’s Issues/Online Therapy⁠

Head to the link in our bio for more info on Divya 💙

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Feeling stressed!? 😬  If so - you are not alone! Many of our clients are saying they are more stressed out now than ever before. BeWELL is here to help.

As you go into the new week, here are NINE helpful tips to manage stress. 🧠  Which one are you going to use this week!? Comment below!


April 7️⃣th is World Health Day! During the recent times – we must prioritize our health more now than ever before.⁠

The World Health Organization created World Health Day as a way to remember the importance of health - both mental health and physical health. This year, the WHO is highlighting an important topic in the health industry...⁠

In addition to focusing on the journey to achieving Health For All, which is this year's theme, WHO will observe its 75th anniversary under the theme 75 years of improving public health.

⁠We are committed to our mission of providing accessible, high-quality care to our , and the surrounding area community. Because we know, mental health IS health 💙


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🌷 Holiday self-care goals 🌷 Have a wonderful holiday weekend and try to take some time for yourself 🐣


As you go into the holiday weekend, remember these growth mindset statements:⁠⠀⁠
✨ I have not failed; I just started.⁠⠀⁠
✨ I will focus on progress, not the end goal.⁠⠀⁠
✨ It is okay to ask for help.⁠⠀⁠
✨ I am a better version of myself today.⁠⠀⁠
✨ I will not doubt myself; self-doubt and dreams do not mix well.⁠⠀⁠
Which of these statements do you need today? Let us know your favorite in the comments 👇️

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Join our Pre and Post-Natal Mental Health: Navigating a Major Life Transition event with , , + on May 4th at 6:30PM.⁠

This event will discuss:⁠
🔹Mindfulness techniques for supporting your nervous system and tapping into your power⁠
🔹How chiropractic care provides a natural, safe option to alleviate common pregnancy-related symptoms and optimize nervous system function⁠
🔹Caring for you emotional well-being during this major transition, things to prepare and be aware of⁠

📍Hoboken Family Chiropractic + Wellness ⁠
113 Monroe Street Hoboken, NJ 07030⁠

Register now with the link in our bio 🔝


WE are BeWELL.⁠

Authentic and empathetic, our licensed therapists draw from their diverse experiences to form genuine connections and create a safe, therapeutic space for each of you. ❤️⁠

Our team has years of experience working with clients of all walks of life, and we will work together to bring a tailored approach to anyone in need. ⁠

We're excited to get to know YOU more!

Head to our link in bio to schedule a FREE consult 💙

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Mind/Body Coaching Memberships! Mindfulness techniques and holistic practices in a video library plus individual coaching sessions. De-stress, reconnect and feel better in your body.⁠

Enjoy 3 months free of our Community Membership using the code WELCOME at checkout. Guided meditations, recipes, journal prompts, physical practices are included in this online supportive community.⁠

Link in bio 💙


Happy Monday 💙 with every start to the week it’s important to check-in with yourself.

How are you feeling today?


✨ REMINDER✨ It's okay to take a break. Taking breaks doesn’t always come easy to us, so wants to remind you that it’s okay. Breaks are allowed, and often it is necessary to pause, take a break, and start again.


One of the biggest reasons our clients say they don’t get enough self-care is because “I don’t have enough time.” Here’s the thing, self-care doesn’t have to take up too much time! Here are some of our most effective self-care tips that take UNDER 5 MINUTES!⁠

💙 List 5 things you are grateful for⁠
💙 Go outside, close your eyes, and take 10 deep breaths of fresh air⁠
💙 Do 2 minutes of jumping jacks⁠
💙 Turn on your favorite music and jam out⁠
💙 Drink a glass of water⁠

It’s important to incorporate self-care into your daily practices. Self-care doesn’t have to mean going to a therapy session, workout class, or taking a bubble bath. You can have a self-care break even when you have a few minutes in between meetings.⁠

Not having “enough time” for self-care is a myth!⁠

This week, we encourage you to find the time for self-care, even if it is for 5 minutes! Which strategy are you going to use?! Comment below and let us know your favorite self-care practices!

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New on the BLOG ✨ In 2020, the American Psychological Association predicted that pandemic-related stress would lead to a national mental health crisis that would continue for years past the pandemic. ⁠

The impact of the pandemic on mental health has become increasingly apparent in all aspects of life, including work. With an estimated 83% of workers suffering from work-related stress, employers find themselves in a unique and challenging position to ensure employees’ physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Employers must recognize the importance of mental health in the workplace and regard their employees’ health as essential for company success. ⁠

Why investing in employees’ mental health is essential:⁠
1️⃣ Increased productivity⁠
2️⃣ Better retention⁠
3️⃣ Lowered costs⁠
4️⃣ It’s the Right thing to do⁠

Head to to read more and learn more about BeWELL at Work -- link in bio


Some thoughts as we head into the weekend. Reset your mindset and tell us what will help you in the comments below ⬇️


You can be a strong woman and still struggle with your mental health.⁠

You can be an independent woman and still struggle with your mental health.⁠

You can have the "dream job" and still struggle with your mental health.⁠

You can have the relationship you have always wanted and still struggle with your mental health.⁠

You can go to all the orange theory classes, drink green smoothies, do meditations on headspace, and still struggle with your mental health.⁠

This is because struggling with your mental health is part of being HUMAN. Yep - that's right it is part of life, we can't avoid it. Everyone struggles with their mental health - no matter how strong, independent, motivated, or how much money they have.⁠

Many of our clients have said this phrase - "I'm a strong woman, I shouldn't be struggling with my mental health". Just because you are a woman that is strong, successful, independent, and driven does NOT mean that you are not wired to struggle. We all are wired to struggle, it is a part of being human. 💙


Monday thoughts 💭It’s okay to not be okay. We ALL have good and bad days and if you’re feeling down, it happens to everyone.⁠

✨ Stay connected to your people : This can be very hard, especially if you don’t want others to know what is going on but it can help. This could be as simple as starting a small conversation with your friends, teachers, family, or anyone else.⁠

✨Rely on your coping skills : Some healthy coping strategies include yoga, taking a walk, playing a sport, going on a run, deep breathing, to name a few. ⁠

✨Let yourself feel what you feel : When a low day happens, it doesn’t mean you have to shut out what you are truly feeling inside. Acknowledging your feelings can help you move through them.⁠

Comment below if you needed to hear this today ⬇️


💫 Friday mental Health check 💫⁠ How are you feeling this week? Ask yourself these questions:⁠

- Do I have enough sleep?⁠
- What am I feeling right now?⁠
- Did I show myself & others kindness this week?⁠
- Am I drinking enough water?⁠
- Did I move my body enough?⁠

If you answer 'no' to any of them -- try to change it up this weekend 💙

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March is officially Women’s History Month 💕

Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987.

Comment a women that has inspired you below ⬇️

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As we look deeper into our interpersonal relationships, we can’t forget to examine our first relationships - with our parents!! It was during our early years with parents that we developed our attachment style that we bring with us into our Adult Relationships! ⁠

An attachment style is a specific pattern of behavior in and around relationships. There are four adult attachment styles: secure attachment, anxious attachment, avoidant attachment, and fearful-avoidant (aka disorganized) attachment.⁠

Do you know your attachment style? And Did you know that you can change them and also you can go back and repair and/or enhance your relationships with your parents at any time and this healing could have a direct positive effect on your current or future relationship? ⁠

What’s your attachment style? Avoidant, Fearful-Avoidant, Secure, Anxious?


Here’s a Monday reminder that the STRUGGLE is part of your STORY. Your struggle is not permanent, but is a chapter or even a few pages within your story. Your struggle does not redefine your value. You are as worthy as you are with hardships as without⁠

Embracing that struggling is what makes us human. It is OKAY to struggle. It is OKAY to not always know the next step⁠

Your story is not over – your struggle does not define you.


Friday thoughts 💭 Emotional acceptance is an active process that involves turning towards one’s emotions, and deeply engaging with those emotions. It’s OKAY to have emotions 💙


Continuing with the theme of love and partnerships this week – let’s talk about our communication. With friends, partners, family, coworkers, kids, parents, + more – relationships all have good and bad moments.⁠

Healthy communication with your partner can create a stronger, more meaningful relationship.⁠ Though there can be some trial and error involved, we all have the potential to be good communicators in our relationships. ⁠

When you communicate with your partner, you can:⁠
⁠⁠✨Avoid misunderstandings and have fewer arguments⁠
When you communicate openly with your partner, you leave little room for assumptions, confusion, and inaccurate conclusions.⁠
⁠⁠✨Build trust⁠
Open communication creates trust, which is the main building block in any relationship. When you can trust your partner fully, your relationship becomes rooted in honesty.⁠
⁠⁠✨Create a deeper connection⁠
Communicating openly will make your relationship feel like a safe space to share and learn more about one another.⁠

How has better communication strengthened your relationship?

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February 14th rolls around every year and it means something to each person. To some, it’s a time to cuddle up with their honey, for some it’s to throw a wine and cheese ‘Galentines Day party, and for others, it’s to buy chocolate on clearance on February 15th and indulge in their sorrows of being single 💙 ⁠

No matter what Valentine’s Day brings up for you, there is something that we all can benefit from – some extra self-love. Let’s make Valentine’s Day 2023 the year that we put all that affection, appreciation, and love towards ourselves.⁠

What kind of self-love are you celebrating this year? Let us know in the comments below 👇️


Being kind to your mind can look like...⬇️⁠

- Taking a mindful break (even if it's a busy day)⁠
- Picking a mantra and setting an intention for the day⁠
- Turning off unnecessary notifications on your phone and limiting screen time⁠
- Writing a gratitude list ⁠

How are you going to be kind to your mind on this lovely Monday? 💙

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