Adrienne (she/her/hers) is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-R) practicing psychotherapy and providing clinical consultation in New York, New Jersey, Nebraska, and Florida. She is a warm, attentive therapist who works with you to determine your individual needs and goals and to help you move toward finding clarity, healing, and happiness.
Adrienne’s interest in counseling began as a volunteer on The Trevor Project’s suicide prevention and crisis intervention lifeline. Her early career focused on working with LGBTQIA+ youth at The Ali Forney Center before transitioning to an outpatient hospital clinic for adolescents and adults with HIV/AIDS. During the coronavirus pandemic, she has worked frequently with individuals who suffer from long covid and grief. Adrienne also has experience volunteering with Planned Parenthood and working with individuals on depression, anxiety, trauma, transracial adoption and identity issues, gender and sexuality, and neurodivergence.
She graduated with her Master of Social Work (MSW) with a concentration on LGBTQIA+ populations from New York University, where she also attained her Seminar in Field Instruction (SIFI) certification. She earned a postgraduate certificate in psychodynamic psychotherapy from the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy.
Modalities that Adrienne uses include relational, psychodynamic psychotherapy; patient-centered care; motivational interviewing; harm reduction; guided meditation; and breathing.
Adrienne approaches her practice with genuineness and compassion in a grounded and focused environment that helps her clients work towards growth and fulfillment.