Maggie Sawyer



Maggie is a warm clinician with a collaborative, strength-based approach to therapy. She provides space for clients to explore whatever may come up. Maggie works from psychodynamic theory and believes in a client-centered treatment approach, while considering the environment and systems of which a person is a part.


Maggie has previously worked with adults with substance use disorders, reentering citizens, and refugee clients. She also has experience in hospital, school, group, and digital settings. She is interested in working with teens and adults overcoming trauma, coping with anxiety, depression, grief, and more.

pronouns: she/her

Education and Training

MSW Candidate • Smith College

BA • Psychology • Sarah Lawrence College

Areas of Focus


Group therapy, PTSD, grief, anxiety, trauma, substance use, stress management

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma informed

  • Client-centered

  • Anti-racist

  • Strengths-based

  • Narrative