Our Integrative Health Staff

NYU Langone’s integrative health programs are coordinated by the following healthcare professionals.

Jeanne AbateMarco, NPP, MS, RN, CNS, Clinical Nurse Coordinator

Jeanne AbateMarco provides patients and their caregivers with holistic modalities such as therapeutic touch, Reiki, guided imagery, and meditation. In nursing since 1977, Ms. AbateMarco holds a master of science in holistic nursing from the College of New Rochelle. She is an ordained interfaith minister and a graduate of The New Seminary. She received a post-master’s certificate in psychiatry and mental health nursing from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Bette Jean Rosenhagen, MSW, LCSW, DAHB, Senior Social Worker

Bette Jean Rosenhagen uses hypnosis, guided imagery, relaxation breathing, mindfulness meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, and supportive counseling in her work with patients who are being treated at NYU Langone, their families, and hospital staff. She provides tobacco cessation counseling to hospitalized patients, outpatients, employees, and the community. She teaches workshops on stress management, therapeutic language, and mind–body interventions. She is a graduate of NYU School of Social Work and the New York Milton H. Erickson Society for Psychotherapy and Hypnosis.

Taryn De Sio, Program Coordinator

Taryn De Sio is committed to increasing awareness of integrative health throughout NYU Langone. She works to grow and enhance integrative health programming. Ms. De Sio brings experience in business management and operations and has completed several courses in integrative health and wellness. Ms. De Sio is available to discuss the programs offered and opportunities for new initiatives.

Josie Gramarosso, MS, RN, HN-BC, Clinical Nurse Specialist

Josie Gramarosso is a board certified holistic nurse. She has 17 years of nursing experience in general medical and surgical, oncology, and community health nursing. She obtained a bachelor of science in nursing from NYU and a master of science in holistic nursing from the College of New Rochelle. She is a certified reflexologist and an advanced Reiki practitioner. Ms. Gramarosso also has training in breath work, meditation, aromatherapy, the “M” technique for hand and foot massage, therapeutic touch, hypnotherapy, and guided imagery.

Bob Sirianni, MSOM, LAc, Acupuncturist

Bob Sirianni is a board certified licensed acupuncturist who specializes in trigger-point acupuncture for musculoskeletal pain. He earned his master’s degree in acupuncture from Tri-State College of Acupuncture, where he also completed advanced training in Chinese and Japanese Kampo herbal medicine and currently holds a faculty position.

Nicole Lenzen, MS, RN, NC-BC, Nurse Clinician

Nicole Lenzen is a registered nurse with experience working in the acute care hospital setting as a bedside nurse in New York City for over six years. Ms. Lenzen is a graduate of the master's program in Clinical Nurse Specialist in Holistic Nursing at the College of New Rochelle, and is also a board certified integrative nurse coach. She is trained in therapeutic communication, Reiki, clinical meditation and imagery, “M” technique, and therapeutic touch.

Amy Eberhardt, MPH, CYT, LMT, CPMT, Health Educator

Amy Eberhardt is a New York State-licensed massage therapist and Reiki practitioner. She is also certified by the Integral Yoga Institute New York City. She graduated from the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences with training in deep tissue, Swedish, and shiatsu massage. Ms. Eberhardt is a certified pediatric massage therapist and is also certified in bodywork for the childbearing cycle, including prenatal and postnatal massage therapy. She received her master’s degree in public health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. She is on the faculty of the Integral Yoga Institute New York City and teaches anatomy and physiology in its gentle and adaptive yoga program.

Nikki Dunham-Hoshida, BSN, RN, Senior Staff Nurse

Nikki Dunham-Hoshida is a registered nurse with experience working in NYU Langone’s medical–surgical units, where she utilized modalities such as relaxation breathing and guided imagery. She is a strong advocate for the Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster™ program and spent two years volunteering at NYU Langone to educate and enroll patients into the program. She is also trained in Reiki and chair yoga and is involved with an aromatherapy program. Nikki has a life-long meditation and yoga practice which she draws on to care for patients and caregivers at the bedside.