Daphne Ball, MSW, LSW
Daphne Ball, MSW, LSW, graduated from Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work in 2011 with a master’s degree in Social Work. Daphne’s focus of study was Women Across the Lifespan.
Daphne has over 20 years of progressive experience in case management as a direct care professional and as a therapist using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy and Humanistic Therapy, in addition to a variety of other treatments. She is also a Trauma Informed Care Professional and a Certified School Social Worker.
Daphne is skilled in several modalities including individual therapy of all ages, family therapy and couple’s therapy. Her goal is to work collaboratively with individuals and families to share the responsibility of problem solving and making decisions regarding developing and following a plan of care.
Daphne is a member of NASW (National Association of Social Workers).
We are mental health providers which specialize in a variety of conditions including Generalized Anxiety disorder, Major Depression, OCD, PTSD, Bipolar, Mood disorders, Autism, Personality disorders, Anger management, Addiction.
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