Trisha is a licensed clinical social worker with over 13 years of experience in supporting individuals, youth and families in various capacities to include direct care, case management, crisis support, individual, family and group therapy. She has experience in providing therapy with children, adolescents, and adults with a wide variety of symptoms, challenges and diagnoses to include trauma, anxiety, depression, substance use, self-harm and suicidal ideation, relationship issues and adjustment related concerns.
She has expertise in providing care for those experiencing trauma, homelessness or other immediate crises, runaway and troubled youth, parent-child relational problems, and early onset mental illness. Additionally, she has experience in providing clinical supervision, program development and management. Trisha draws from various evidence-based practices in her work to include Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based approaches, Positive Youth Development Model, and Trauma-Informed Care modalities.
“I strongly believe that we all have unique strengths, challenges and life stories, and I work from a person-centered approach above all else. The foundation of our work together is the unique relationship that we are able to build to achieve the goals you have for yourself. I see you as the expert in your life while I’m here to walk alongside you to remove barriers, provide tools, skills and a safe space to meet your needs. Struggling and suffering are innately a part of life, however, we don’t have to remain in this space forever. It is my passion to help others find healing, meaning and freedom in moving through and past painful, difficult or challenging life spaces. Our work together is without judgment and I value honoring your individuality as we create a safe space where vulnerability, healing and growth are welcomed with genuine compassion, care and partnership. I look forward to working together wherever you are in your life to bring about healing, freedom, and a greater sense of self.”