Wren Anderson Mind-Body Therapy

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

“Our greatest gifts and deepest wounds reside in the same place.”- Micheal Meade

I have been in practice since 2008. Currently I work with people struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, addictions, and grief. While I have received training in a number of approaches, my goal is to offer you interventions and tools that best fit for you. I am most influenced by DBT, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Mindfulness, and Expressive Art Therapy. I look through the lens of trauma, and I take a behaviorally specific approach to support experiences of transformation into long term change and growth. You can expect to have tools and skills to practice in between session to support your work.

During our time together I am most interested in how to guide you in developing resources of embodiment, creativity, and compassion to meet the moments of challenge and transition, and come out on the other side with increased emotional capacity and connection.

I often tell my clients that I would not do the work I do if I did not believe in change, and I feel honored to use my experience and knowledge to support you .