Meron Addisu, LSW

Meron is a holistic and humanistic Licensed Social Worker (LSW) who recognizes the significance of mind, body, spirit and community in mental wellness. She holds a Masters in Social Work, and certificate in Violence Against Women & Children, emphasizing clinical training on trauma in childhood and adulthood. She completed a Bachelors studying Psychology and Sociology with a minor in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University. In close to 10 years in the field of behavioral health, she has partnered with individuals and families, from various backgrounds, in multiple settings, and across the lifespan – from early childhood to seniors in long term care – to overcome barriers to wellbeing.

The approach to treatment invites the inherent strengths and varied abilities of each individual and family in creating a treatment plan that is sustainable. Treatment is informed by TF-CBT, DBT, Mindfulness practice, and neuroscience of trauma, tailored to each client’s needs over the course of the treatment process. Clients are offered empathy, support, and safety to bring their full selves in exploring their realities and strengthening healthy coping skills to move forward. Particular issues of interest include PTSD, anxiety, depression, ADHD, family conflict, self-esteem, and issues of cultural and racial identity.

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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