Zoe Reyes is a bicultural, bilingual, licensed therapist (LCSW-R) and a professional speaker. Zoe is gifted with explaining abstract concepts in everyday language.
EDUCATION: Master of Social Work, Fordham University, Graduate School of Social Service, NY, NY, 2004 & Bachelor of Psychology, Hunter College, City University of New York, NY, NY, 1998
In addition to professional speaking and training, Zoe is an experienced healer, therapist, university professor. Zoe is passionate about personal development and goal achievement through mindfulness, resilience, transformation, and spirituality. Zoe also focuses on issues specific to Latinx populations, and issues related to racial trauma for BIPOC communities.
“I am passionate about supporting people not just to survive in this world but to also thrive. Speaking is important to me because I want to inspire people by giving them a sense of hope and a feeling of empowerment. The best feeling is when I can help someone walk away with a new idea, a new approach or a new understanding that can benefit them in their life.”
Use 2020: Processing Grief: My Wellbeing Webinar, Creator/Facilitator (Zoe Reyes, Private Practice)
2020: Tools to Manage Anxiety and Depression: My Wellbeing Webinar, Creator/Facilitator (Zoe Reyes, Private Practice)
2020: Using Mindfulness for Stress Management: CUNY Webinar, Creator/Facilitator (Hostos College)
2018: Understanding Adolescent Psychological and Social Development and Impact on Learning, Creator/Facilitator (Fordham University and International Social Work Solutions)
2017: Starting a Private Practice 101, Creator/Facilitator (NASW Miami Chapter)
2012: Latino Initiative: Mental health for Adults and Children in Spanish Speaking Communities, Creator/Facilitator (St. Luke's Hospital)
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