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Kayleigh Eisenstein, LCSW
Hi! I’m Kayleigh.
I’m so grateful you’re here and took the first step in acknowledging the importance of mental health wellness in your life. I am a clinical social worker who is passionate about working with adolescents and adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and caregiver fatigue as a result of chronic medical conditions, medical trauma, and challenging life events. My goal is to provide you with a safe and non-judgmental space to discuss, process, and heal from your experiences. I hope to help support you in your journey of self-discovery and empowerment in achieving mental health wellness.
In our work together, I hope to create a safe environment for you to feel comfortable exploring and reflecting on how your life experiences have influenced who you are. I take a client-centered approach as you are the expert of your life. By starting where you are, we can explore your goals for therapy through acceptance and self-reflection and begin to recognize the barriers to achieving your goals.
While I integrate cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and trauma-informed approaches into our sessions, I am grounded by a humanistic integrative counseling approach that focuses on the acknowledgement of each client’s unique needs and the importance of the therapeutic relationship in successful therapeutic work. It is an honor to share this space with you as you explore your values and navigate the path towards healing.
Chronic conditions + medical trauma
Although I work with varying populations, I specialize in working with clients who are experiencing chronic medical conditions, medical trauma, maternal mental health concerns, and caregiver fatigue.
I work with individuals and families who have been affected by traumatic medical experiences and are looking for a supportive environment to process their medical journey and develop coping strategies to build resilience.
From pre-conception through postpartum, your body experiences many different physical and emotional changes that can be both exciting and challenging. Perinatal depression and anxiety is not a reflection of who you are as a parent and we will work together to identify your symptoms and create a plan that will help support you during this time of significant transition.
- Caregiver fatigue is a result of physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion that can lead to feeling vulnerable, hopeless, inadequate, depressed, or apathetic. Together, we can safely explore your responses to caregiving and find a balance that encourages self-care and self-compassion while restoring your empathy for others.
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