Eliana N. Bonaguro
Eliana N. Bonaguro
Cerebral Therapist Associate
ABOUT Eliana N. Bonaguro

Eliana Bonaguro is an Associate Therapist and supervised by Maria Chiodo Lic. MH6985, employed by Cerebral. She received her Master's of Science in Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Hunter College. Eliana also received training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from the Beck’s Institute of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Eliana relies on Client Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia), Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy. Eliana specializes in: depression, anxiety disorders, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), insomnia, ADHD, interpersonal and relationship issues, body image issues, self- esteem issues, and adjustment disorders. She provides trauma informed care and grief counseling. Eliana also provides stress management, career counseling, and guidance during life transitions. Additionally, Eliana provides counseling and coaching to adults who struggle with ADHD and helps them develop coping skills (time management/ organizational skills, impulsive behavior reduction, problem-solving skills) and improve their self-esteem and relationships. Eliana’s approach is designed not only to get you back on track when you’ve lost your way but also to help you create a more rewarding, purpose-driven life. Eliana will provide a safe haven in which you will receive support whenever you may not feel at your best and seek help overcoming emotional hurdles and life challenges or simply want to improve your life. Eliana will guide you in finding ways to obtain and maintain stability, rebuild relationships, find purpose for living by creating a clear action plan, manage difficult symptoms, and use your strengths to reach future goals. Eliana loves living a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys painting and sculpture, writing fiction, reading, cooking and spending time with her family.

One small crack does not mean that you are broken, it means that you were put to the test and you didn’t fall apart. - Linda Poindexter

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