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  • Yetunde Bamisile

    Ms. Bamisile, a proud New York City native, is a compassionate and dedicated professional with a focus on serving the unique needs of black and brown women dealing with the intersecting impact of hormones and Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) on physical and mental health. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Yeshiva University,

    Her journey began by making a meaningful impact in the child welfare system, advocating for the wellbeing of children and facilitating permanent placements or reunifications with their families. Transitioning to the Children’s Mobile Crisis, she dedicated several years to helping children navigate mental health crises, offering support to de-escalate situations, stabilize emotions, and connect individuals to ongoing services.

    While working with individuals and families, she noticed how much physical and mental health impact upon one another. Passionate about contributing to the overall wellness of individuals and families, she has worked on specializing in addressing the unique challenges faced by women who are Black or African American that struggle with hormonal issues. Often these women feel unseen and unheard when they go to providers. Her expertise lies in guiding individuals through understanding how their hormones intersect with their mental health and learn skills in emotional regulation and self advocacy.

    Ms. Bamisile’s therapeutic approach involves utilizing techniques that enable individuals to feel heard and understood, understand their own individual experiences in their own body, process their feelings, work on acceptance, and leverage their strengths to achieve personal goals. She firmly believes in the importance of self-care and self-advocacy. She tries to lead by example in prioritizing her own needs by spending time with family and friends, taking walks, and enjoying music. This commitment to self-care ensures that she brings her best self to her work, providing dedicated and empathetic support to her clients.