Stephanie has worked in a variety of settings within the social work field for the past five years. Stephanie is deeply curious about the human experience of each individual and believes that as a therapist, it is a privilege to be a part of each person’s journey through healing and recovery. She believes access to universal mental health care is a fundamental human right, and that the therapeutic relationship is instrumental to the healing process.
Stephanie brings a keen sense of compassion, humor and openness to the therapy space. Her approach is relational, strengths based, and trauma informed. Her practice is informed by intersectional feminism, critical race theory and psychodynamic theory.
Education and Training
MSS (MSW equivalent) • Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work & Social Research
BA • Criminology and Psychology • Chatham University
Areas of Specialization
LGBTQ issues, race and oppression, identity exploration and development, family dynamics, trauma, anxiety and depression, emerging adulthood, life transitions, substance use, ambiguous loss