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Dr. Boussi

Dr. Ayelet Boussi, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Welcome to Via CBT

I am a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive niche expertise in women's mental health. Working with women and helping them transform their relationships, manage their moods effectively, and navigate life's stressors is what I do best! 

I have worked with women in NYC hospitals, community clinics, and private practice for 10 years before founding Via CBT, helping women of all walks of life to rework the unhelpful beliefs that hold them back. My work focuses on helping my clients maneuver through life's transitions and complications with a clear mind, and to evolve as a person through the process. My style is active, collaborative, empathetic, and non-judgmental; we will always operate as a team.

My Approach


  • Reproductive Mental Health
    Infertility Pregnancy NICU moms Postpartum mood and anxiety disorders Dealing with PCOS or Endometriosis New moms Parenting medically complex kids Pregnancy loss Egg Freezing
  • Love and Loss
    Relationships Dating in NYC and beyond Communication Transitioning into marriage or cohabitation Family conflict Divorce and separation Relationship OCD Infidelity
  • Building Your Work-Self
    Executive women Public figure and celebrity counseling Imposter syndrome Developing confidence and self advocacy Work-life balance Career changes
  • Managing Your Mood
    Depression Anxiety Feeling unmotivated and unproductive Perfectionism Social anxiety Body image challenges Grief

Our Approach

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based treatment that is the gold standard for mood disorders like anxiety and depression, reproductive related mood disorders like postpartum depression and birth trauma, and for life adjustment challenges, like breakups, career changes, and grief.


The therapy approach of Via CBT is based on developing your clarity of thought and self awareness, empowering and motivating you to make the changes in your life that you want, and helping you to self-actualize into a more resilient, evolved version of yourself. 


Study after study has shown that the primary indicator of good therapy outcome is the relationship between client and therapist - this means that while the style of therapy matters, the fit matters more. You should love your therapist, feel good about the work you’re doing, and see the change in yourself that you want to see.


We want you to come out of therapy feeling like the strongest version of yourself.


Reach out today to see how we can best help you.

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