Maggie believes that everyone, even little ones, deserve a space to feel safe and heard no matter what. She has a passion for helping kids and their families understand their feelings and behaviors through authentic connection and relationship. She values family involvement and sees the family as critical to the child’s ongoing development and growth. Maggie uses play, art, books, mindfulness, and more to help explore and meet the emotional, social, and mental health needs of her clients.
Maggie has experience working with both children and adolescents, but has a unique passion for and specialization in work with children under 6. Her clinical experience has been in individual and family therapy, clinical care consultation with school teachers/staff and other service providers, and intensive outpatient group therapy. Maggie’s perspective relies heavily on attachment, child development, the impact of family systems and is trauma-informed.
DC:0-5 Diagnostic Criteria for Children Under 6
Trauma-Informed Child Parent Psychotherapy