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Hello!     Thank you for your interest in my psychotherapy practice.

You may be here because of painful events in your life. Or you may seek help in dealing with conflicts, or with persistent or troublesome feelings.  

I offer a friendly, nonjudgmental and safe relationship within which to explore the areas of your life that are causing distress. Through open, gentle conversation, we aim to develop a deep and compassionate understanding of the self and better relationships with the people in your life.

 

To do this, we may consider your past and present experiences and relationships; your feelings, thoughts, dreams, fantasies and hopes; and we may also focus on day to day troubles, developing a practical approach to feeling better.

If this sounds like what you are looking for, please contact me to schedule a free 20 minute consultation.

I would be honored to work with you.

 

Gretchen Gnaedinger, MSW, LICSW

gnaedingerpsychotherapy@gmail.com

(347) 351-6241

 

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Gretchen Gnaedinger is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker practicing in the state of Massachusetts.  Gretchen received her Masters of Social Work from New York University in 2015. While working in community mental health at The Brien Center in the Berkshires, Gretchen spent six years with a primary focus on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) running skills groups and doing intensive individual therapy.  Gretchen received her DBT training at Behavioral Tech. DBT focuses on mindfulness as well as practical behavioral skills one can use to improve their quality of life.  For the past two years, Gretchen has been studying Analytical Psychology at various Jungian Institutes, most important of which has been the Salome Institute of Jungian Studies.

 

The cost of the initial intake session is $150 and ongoing sessions are $100 for a 50 minute session.  Gretchen accepts out-of-network health insurance plans and in-network for Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance.  

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