Stephanie is a licensed clinical social worker with a passion to help women and families navigate the new journey of parenthood. Stephanie holds a Masters degree in Social Work from Bryn Mawr College, specializing in clinical social work. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Bloomsburg University. Stephanie has worked with adolescents, adults and children in the hospital setting, and most recently was apart of a group practice focusing on perinatal mental health. Stephanie believes in humanistic therapy and client’s strengths, while using CBT techniques and mindfulness to improve general well-being. While working at University of Michigan with moms and moms-to-be who were experiencing loss, challenging pregnancies, and various birth journeys, she dropped into a career and specialty in supporting perinatal women. Stephanie is deeply honored to hold the space for new or seasoned parents at The Postpartum Stress Center.
“Becoming a new parent is a beautiful journey, sometimes completely different than we expected. Mothers deserve to have their thoughts and feelings normalized and heard. Working with moms is my passion and I’m honored to sit with you as we process your individual journey into parenthood.”