Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, Body Image
Amy earned her dual degree in Psychology and Sociology from Fordham University in 2007, followed by a Master's in Social Work from New York University in 2009. Amy was selected to participate in the LEND Fellowship Program, where she earned a Certificate in Children with Special Health Care Needs from New York Medical College. After graduate school Amy continued her education earning certificates in Nutrition, Personal Training, Life Coaching, and Yoga. Amy worked as a clinician in psychiatric hospitals, extended day treatment programs, and outpatient clinics before taking a role as the Trauma Specialist for Stamford Public Schools. Amy believes in a holistic approach to therapy with a focus on the importance between the mind/body connection. In 2015 Amy had the vision for what would become Revive, Center for Wellness and founded the company a few months later.
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Communication, Speech, Social Difficulties, Mood Disorders
Casey earned her Master's in Family Therapy from the University of Massachusetts in Boston, and became a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Casey has a wide array of experience working in outpatient and school settings focusing on depression, anxiety management, goal setting, effective communication, and social skills. Additionally, Casey has experience working as a speech therapist, which she now uses to support clients with speech related symptoms, anxiety, and social interactions. Casey uses a multi-modal approach to therapy including CBT, DBT, and systems theory. Casey works to support clients seeking positive changes in all areas of life, and treats mood disorders, anxiety, depression as well as those with behavioral and social difficulties.
Specialties: Life Transitions, Health and Wellness, Stress Relief, Personal Development
Ashley earned her Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies in 2009 from the University of Connecticut, followed by a Master's degree in Counseling from Southern Connecticut State University in 2012. As a practicing Counselor and Life Coach, Ashley's goal is to provide her clients with a safe space to explore their struggles and to create a path towards overcoming them. She is passionate about helping clients on their journey through support and accountability, whether it is to lose weight, change careers, decrease stress and anxiety, or simply to achieve personal growth.
Specialties: Children to Young Adults and their Families, Parenting, Behavioral Issues, Anxiety, Groups
Katy received her Bachelor degree in Social Work from Western Connecticut State University with a minor in Psychology, followed by a Master's degree in Social Work from Fordham University. Katy works in both the public school system as well as therapeutic schools, supporting children with difficulties dealing with anxiety, social situations, behavior, and emotions. Katy's passion is working with children to young adults and their families to help them be successful at home, in school, and in the community.
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Social Skills and Intergenerational trauma
Alexandra earned her bachelors degree in Social Work with a minor in Justice and Law Administration from Western Connecticut State University, followed by a masters degree in Social Work from Fordham University. Alexandra has experience working for non-profit agencies supporting relative foster parents and their families. Alexandra is passionate about assisting her clients with gaining tools and strategies to discover their full potential, strengthen coping skills and regaining expertise to build confidence in their lives.
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, CBT, DBT, EMDR
Marianne earned her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fairfield University. Marianne has had vast experience working in settings with adolescents, adults, and families experiencing issues around depression, anxiety, and high-risk behavior. Marianne has worked in hospital settings, in-home settings, community outpatient clinics, as well as school settings helping assist in daily transformation and instances of crisis. As a CT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Marianne’s strives to aid clients in finding and expanding on their own strengths and skills in order to help them reach their personal goals and feel increasingly fulfilled in daily life. Marianne uses techniques from CBT, DBT, and solution-focused therapy to help clients with building self-esteem, relieving anxiety and depression, coping with difficult change, conflict resolution and communication skills, and identifying and achieving personal goals.
Specialties: Anxiety, CBT, Depression, Academics, Motivation, Stress
Amy earned her Bachelor's degree in Communication Arts and English from the University of Wisconsin and Master's degree in Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University. Amy has more than a decade of experience working with youth and young adults in public schools and colleges and has served as a college counselor, general counselor, teacher, and administrator. Amy specializes in helping young people through difficult times as she builds their capacity to create positive change and improve their resilience. Whether they're struggling with anxiety, depression, academics, motivation, or stress, she will be there every step of the way to support and facilitate the growth process. Amy utilizes a strength-based approach and incorporates elements of CBT, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness into her work.
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Grief, and Life Transitions
Katie earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University in 2011, and has experience working at inpatient facilities, within the local school districts, and community agencies. Katie’s therapeutic approach is eclectic, using different therapy models to meet each clients’ individual needs. Her passion is to support clients through difficult life transitions by helping them identify their strengths and goals, and guiding them through the process of making positive changes in their life.
Specialties: Children with Families, Couples, Parenting, Anxiety, Body-Image, Behavioral Issues
Laura earned her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fairfield University in 2013. She has experience working with youths and their families in diverse settings and experiencing a variety of issues: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, lifestyle challenges, and high-risk behaviors in children. As a Connecticut Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Laura is trained to view the individual, family and couple through the relationship lens. Ultimately, our relationships impact our behaviors, thoughts and feelings and if we change how we interact with those closest to us, we will change how we think, feel and treat ourselves. Laura also believes in the importance of holistic treatment because a problem in one area of life can create ripples that impact other parts as well. She believes in the importance of empowering each person to make his or her own changes and developing the skills required in order to improve daily life and relationships. Laura often uses Structural and Strategic models of therapy as well as Solution- Focused Treatment and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help relieve symptoms of anxiety, depression, family conflict, and improve self-esteem to help allow a person or family to achieve change and move forward.
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, Life Transitions, Children and Adolescents
Meg earned her Bachelors in Social Work with a Minor in Psychology from Sacred Heart University, followed by a Masters Degree in Social Work from Columbia University with a clinical focus on health, mental health and disabilities. Meg has worked in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, outpatient treatment and providing in-home psychiatric services. Meg’s expertise is working with children, adolescents and young adults to help them learn social and emotional coping skills around issues of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, or recent life transitions. Meg incorporates elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, play and behavioral approaches and psychodynamic approaches to best support the client’s needs and goals.