Hello There!

I am so glad you are here. My name is Chaya Bukiet and I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.

 

I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and spent most my life there. After experiencing some challenges in the beginning months of the pandemic (mainly in the form of two parents working from a tiny Brooklyn apartment with a rambunctious toddler and baby on the way) we decided to relocate to Atlanta, Georgia. So far we are loving it here and very much enjoying having more space and a better quality of life.

 

From as far back as I can remember I have always been that ‘go to’ person that friends and family would confide in and seek support from. The role felt natural and when it came time to think about career choices becoming a therapist felt right. I specifically chose marriage and family therapy for my graduate training as I love the systemic and relational lens in which we are trained to view mental health challenges.

 

I love working with both individuals and couples on all things relationships and self-growth. Some of the work I specialize in is assisting in identifying negative patterns and behaviors, better understanding origin of triggers, exploring attachment and learning the tools needed to manage relational conflict and increase overall satisfaction. I have assisted countless individuals and couples in reclaiming their relationships and cultivating a life that feels meaningful.

When I’m not practicing therapy you can find me spending time with my family, reading multiple books, cooking something yummy, or moving my body.

I am licensed to provide therapy in the states of Florida, Georgia and New York.

I Can Help You With:

  • Deepening connection

  • Increasing passion and intimacy

  • Finding safety in vulnerability 

  • Feeling understood

  • Healthier communication

  • Identifying negative patterns & behaviors

  • Understanding origins of triggers

  • Exploring attachment styles & impact on relationships

  • Receiving support in navigating life transitions

  • Learning & implementing skills for tolerating distress and self-regulation

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