Dr. Osowiecki works from a “strengths-based” perspective, which focuses on developing relationships, assessing for areas of strength as well as learning about struggles, and using that balanced understanding to help clients address challenges and to foster growth and resiliency. In regard to interventions, Dr. Osowiecki’s treatment approach utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) interventions integrated with interpersonal approaches. As a consultant to school districts across Rhode Island, Dr. Osowiecki also specializes in working effectively with school districts to implement supports for students. Dr. Osowiecki provides professional development presentations and lectures on a variety of topics such as anxiety, executive functioning, and autism.
Dr. Osowiecki earned her bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College in 1990, and her Ph.D. from University of Vermont with a dual neuropsychology-behavioral medicine track in 1998. Her APA internship and post-doctoral fellowship were completed at Brown University from 1997 through 1999 with a specialization in neuropsychology and additional training in the area of autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Osowiecki has extensive experience completing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations and evidence-based therapy.
Natalia Mieczynski, PsyD, provides comprehensive therapy services to children, adolescents, emerging adults, and families. She helps support children and adolescents struggling with a range of difficulties. Her clinical practice includes consultation to schools, assessments, and therapy. Dr. Mieczynski’s practice specializes in providing therapy to adolescents with anxiety, depression, and emotion regulation difficulties. Her treatment approach integrates evidence based interventions such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with interpersonal processes therapies. Dr. Mieczynski's goal is to form a strong therapeutic relationship as the foundation for making changes, learning skills, and moving toward an understanding of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors contributing to the areas of need. All interventions are tailored to client's individual needs and a flexible approach is emphasized.