Ivy Villani (LCSW)
Focus Area: Clinical Social Work
Licensed in: Alaska
The way that I chose to work with individuals is that everyone is an individual and not everyone lives their lives through a day to day schedule. I believe in checking in and allowing you to tell me what you need and what you want. What do you feel like you need today; what about yesterday. Can we plan for tomorrow? Do you need me to listen or do you need me to respond? Would it be helpful for a brainstorming partner or someone who can take all that emotional weight you have and take it off your back for a while? My work is not based upon a single method of thinking or processing, but rather whatever combination you need.
Ivy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who obtained her Master’s Degree from the University of St Thomas in St Paul, MN. Ivy has a wide range of experience both related and not related to the field of Mental Health! Her experience has given her a well-rounded view of the obstacles that life can put in place as well as ideas on how to navigate through and around them. She allows the therapeutic process to be directed by the person rather than a predetermined course of action.
- University of Phoenix Main Campus '11 BS
- University of St Thomas '16 MSW
watching movies, camping, cooking, crafting, video games
Clinical Social Work
ADHD, Adjustment Disorder, AIDS/HIV, Anger Management, Anxiety, Attachment Disorder, Bipolar, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Depression, Domestic Violence, Fertility Issues, Grief, Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Sexual Abuse, Sexual Disorders, Sexual Issues, Stress Management, Substance Use Issues, Trauma
Insurances accepted by Ivy Villani
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