My goal for Water & Stone is to create a space that connects the community with qualified, professional therapists who take a contemplative approach when working with people from all backgrounds, interests, and cultures. Between our individual sessions, group therapy, community workshops, open studios, and meditation classes we have something for everyone. Along with all we offer, our sliding scale and pricing is designed to fit most budgets and gives the flexibility for more individualized paths to mental health and wellness.
We welcome people from all backgrounds, experiences, and interests and are here to create a space where you can feel safe, heard, and supported while working with experiences, emotions, etc. that can be challenging and possibly overwhelming at times. If you have any specific concerns or questions, Emery or Zoë will be happy to discuss those with you. With our diverse group of therapists we provide support for children, teens, adults, seniors, people identifying as LGBTQIA+, veterans, immigrants, and more.
Thank you for giving us a chance to support you and I look forward to connecting with you soon!
Marketing, Creative Workshops, Wellness Programming
Zoë Lintzeris is a minimalist artist who uses photography and canvas as platforms for visual storytelling. Linking to her former journalistic career, her arts practice focuses on love, loss and resistance in urban and rural environments. She has been showcased on feature shoot and in “Silk Road Review”, and has shot for 500px and a variety of artists and creative venues. Her work resides in private collections throughout the United States and has been exhibited in several galleries throughout New York.
Zoë is also an independent art instructor working with children and adults on discovering and expanding their creative selves. She leads workshops on art and mindfulness and has worked with art programs throughout New York — including Private Picassos and Tumbleweeds Art Group — since 2016. She is a member of the Freelancers Union and active supporter of Americans for the Arts.
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