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Julie Moulin, LCSW

Julie Moulin, LCSW


Licensed in NY #085796
Insurances Accepted: UMR for Mount Sinai, Aetna, Cigna/Evernorth
I develop genuine connections with my clients in order to create a sense of safety and trust while navigating their reason for coming to treatment.

My Therapy Style

Together, we will complete an intake process to explore your history as well as current events that led you to seek treatment. From there, we will explore a goal or two that you would like to work toward. Throughout the clinical process, we will explore and discuss achievements, milestones, and progress.

I like to use a reflective process to ensure you feel as though you are benefiting from sessions. We will engage in some exercises to facilitate discussions and an exploration of growth and development.

I genuinely enjoy working with diverse groups of people and age ranges. I started my career working in a therapeutic foster care agency in the South Bronx. This is where the foundation of my practice began. From there, I worked in a hospital setting that was directly related to community outreach. Simultaneously, I worked for an outpatient mental health clinic, providing individual, couples, and family therapy.

I am very person-centered and develop genuine connections with my clients in order to create a sense of safety and trust while navigating their reason for coming to treatment. I am very personable and will use humor at times to humanize the client’s experience.

Education & Training

BSW - Social Work, Eastern Connecticut State University

MSW - Social Work, Fordham University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

Initially when I was in college, I thought I would take the route of being a guidance counselor, but as my education went on, I realized this would limit me to working with one specific population and I loved the idea of being able to work with different ages, races, cultural backgrounds, and needs. I researched and loved the idea of social work as you could work anywhere and in any environment. Through school, I realized I was never good at math or science or history, but it was something about human studies that I developed a passion for. I realized that I had the ability to connect with people on all levels and I loved building this connection and being able to help someone in need.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

One thing I do to support my mental and emotional well being is taking a few minuets for myself each day for mindfulness practices, meditation, reflection, gratitude, or peace to re-center myself. I feel like these short moments allow me to re-energize myself and walk back into the hustle and bustle of life more grounded.

How do you recharge?

I am a big proponent of self-care and being able to take the time for yourself to do things that you really enjoy. I am always looking for an adventure and like to travel locally. I love seasonal activities such as apple picking, camping, all the Holidays, and spending time with family and friends. I like to curl up on the couch with a glass of wine and watch a good show or go for a walk and do mindfulness meditation practices. I use all of the coping skills I teach in order to make sure that I also have a balance of work and life.

Do you have any pets?

Growing up, we were a big dog family. I had one Boston Terrier for almost 17 years, whose name was Hoochie (named after Turner and Hooch). After Hoochie passed we got a boxer puppy named Ginger. She passed away about a year or so ago. My brother and sisters also have dogs who I have adopted as my own. I have always found comfort and compassion with all of our dogs and feel as though they can really be a therapeutic resource for us. They bring new energy and a lightness to what can sometimes be a darker world.