Cambria Litsey Budding
When life becomes overwhelming, it can often feel difficult to know where to turn. Many of us fear that by sharing our stresses, we are opening ourselves to judgment or burdening those around us. Having a space to share these struggles and be heard can be incredibly healing. By seeking support to navigate life’s challenges, you are showing strength and empowering yourself to make meaningful change in your life. Whether you are adjusting to a new life transition, feeling overwhelmed by worries, or looking for ways to feel more connected, I am glad you are here. Together, with curiosity and without judgment, we will identify what patterns in your life are no longer serving you and discover ways to make changes to better align your daily practices with your goals and values.
My therapy practice is rooted in building a trusting and affirming relationship, drawing on tools and interventions to meet your specific needs. I work to foster a warm and open environment in which you feel valued, accepted, and understood. I use a culturally informed and collaborative approach to help my clients deepen their understanding of themselves, their values, and their strengths.
My passions lie in working with college students and emerging adults, as well as individuals struggling with body image or disordered eating concerns. I also have a strong interest in working with dating and relationship concerns, and with couples. When I am not practicing therapy, I enjoy going for walks, cooking, interior decorating, and spending time with my friends and family. I can’t wait to hear your story and start our work together.
Ph.D. – Fordham University
M.S.Ed. – Fordham University
B.A. – Colgate University
CARE Counseling (Present)
University of St. Thomas Counseling and Psychological Sevices (Doctoral Internship)
National Institute for the Psychotherapies
Steven A. Cohen Military Family Center, NYU Langone
Counseling Center, Pace University
Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.