The Wellness Members

The HudCo Wellness community features trained specialists in fields including physical therapy, mental health, movement, and Eastern medicine.

Adrienne Breen, MS, OTR/L

Occupational Therapy

Fridays  |  Room III

Adrienne Breen of Wellness Studio Westchester offers a variety of healing modalities including CranioSacral Therapy, John Barnes Myofascial Release and chakra balancing with essential oils. It is Adrienne’s mission to provide a safe, sacred, therapeutic space for authentic healing of mind, body and spirit. This type of work benefits clients who are struggling with chronic neck/back pain, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, autoimmune conditions, TMJ, ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabilities, migraine headaches, anxiety, depression and stress/tension-related issues.

Diana Bufalini


Mondays, wednesdays, fridays  |  pilates studio

With three Pilates certifications, over 500 hours of training in functional anatomy at New York’s Kane School, and nearly 20 years of experience, Diana has been crafting large mat classes for groups of up to 40 clients and private sessions that speak to the individual needs of each practitioner.

Kerri Demitrovic

Physical Therapy


Kerri’s goal is to listen, connect, and provide the right information to help you to break free from pain and to move with more purpose, pleasure and possibility. She provides 100% focused PT sessions with 1-to-1 evaluations and treatment sessions. To provide the clear, actionable treatment plans, she’s credentialed in the McKenzie Method, which thoroughly assesses your specific issues and quickly zeroes in on the most effective treatments as well as injury prevention.

Dr. Brigitte Gordon

Psychotherapy, Medication Management, Psychedelic Research

wedNesDays AND ThurSDAYS  |  ROOM IV

Brigitte is the owner of Hudson Mental Wellness where she treats adults and geriatric clients with a wide array of psychiatric modalities including psychotherapy, integrative medicine and medication management. She is dedicated to psychedelic research for mental health; she works with the NYC research group for MAPS, a leader in psychedelic research as well as Journey, a ketamine startup. She looks forward to integrating psychedelic therapeutics to her practice in the near future.

Sasha Hare, LCSW

Contemporary Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy


It all starts with listening. Together, we work to cultivate a perspective to unburden, enlighten, and enliven. I use a contemporary psychoanalytic approach founded in curiosity and collaboration and focused on internal experience, the impact of environment on identity, and relationships. With a background in anthropology, I have a special interest in how culture shapes us, and a consideration of each patient’s culture in context with the struggles they face.

Patti Hartnett

Physical Therapy

MONDAYS, tuesdays, THURSDAYS, fridays  |  ROOM V

A manual physical therapist, Patti uses skilled and specific hands-on techniques to guide the body toward a better balance. A balanced body heals itself and feels well. Patti approaches each client as an individual with the goal of partnering them on their wellness journey. 20 years of clinical experience and compassionate communication brings a unique mix of traditional skill and open curiosity to her practice. The journey to healing is different for everybody. Patti’s dynamic approach allows her to help her clients align with the path that works best for them. 

Amy Malave



Amy Malave is a Reiki Master and owner of Reiki by Amy. She has always had a passion for crystals and helping others heal for as long as she can remember. After a life changing event it was then she was introduced to Reiki to help her on her healing journey. It had became evident that she had found her purpose to become a reiki healer. Amy specializes in crystal Reiki healing for all ages, especially those seeking healing from grief, low self esteem, lack of confidence, and those looking to find their purpose.

Sharon McCann-Doyle



Sharon discovered Pilates over twenty years ago while dancing professionally, utilizing it for cross training and rehabilitation. Since then she has grown to love teaching and practicing Pilates because of its versatility and ability to improve functional movement. Sharon currently teaches private and duet reformer classes and mat classes.

Stephen Rodriguez, PT, DPT, DSc, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT

Physical Therapy


Stephen Rodriguez has been a practicing physical therapist since 2000 and has worked in a variety of settings with a eclectic patient population. Dr. Rodriguez also currently practices in NYC at a manual therapy and neuromuscular re-education specialty clinic. He believes in an integrated approach to physical therapy that combines many perspectives to help patients work towards a more optimal and efficient movement pattern.

Ronit Sukenick, PT, DPT, PRPC

Pelvic Floor Specialist

mondays, WEDNESDAYS, thursdays, AND FRIDAYS  |  ROOM I

Ronit treats both men and women with a wide variety of pelvic floor dysfunction. Over the past 13 years she has become an expert in the field, establishing the pelvic floor rehabilitation program at New York Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia and starting her own private practice. Too many of her patients report being met with a shrug when they talk to their healthcare providers about their symptoms—or worse are told what they are experiencing is “normal” and/or can’t be fixed. Experiences like pelvic pain and leaking urine don’t have to be your new normal.

Beata Vilar de Queiros

Psychotherapy and Counseling


As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Beata believes that every session is a gift the client gives to themselves. The courage to express in words the complexities of the human condition are honored in a supportive, confidential, and warm therapeutic environment. Her approach is psychodynamic and her goal is to reduce barriers to quality mental health services, promote health equity and build a life that is strengths-based and positive.

Jill Weintraub, MD

Integrative Rheumatology


Dr. Weintraub is an integrative rheumatologist who combines evidence-based medicine with a whole-body therapies. She emphasizes food as medicine, mind-body practices, and botanicals in addition to pharmaceutical medication for an individualized approach to rheumatic conditions.