Millet Israeli

Millet Israeli, MSW, JD, a psychotherapist who focuses on the varied human experience of loss, works with those struggling with grief, illness, end of life issues, anticipatory loss, and ambiguous loss. Her approach integrates family systems theory, cognitive restructuring, mindfulness, and trauma informed care. Millet enjoys creating and exploring photography and poetry, and both inform her work with her clients. Millet holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Princeton, a juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School, an master’s from NYU, and is certified in bioethics through Montefiore. She sits on an Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects Research at Weill Cornell.