Wendy Goldman, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor
Women, Moms, Parents, Couples, Young Adults (22+), Middle Adolescents (14-17), and Late Adolescents (18-21).
Anxiety, Stress, Women’s Issues, Self-Esteem, Disordered Eating, Marital Issues, Life Transitions, Depression, Unhealthy Relationships, Life-Cycle Changes, and Parenting.
Wendy brings 20+ years of clinical social work experience, along with extensive life experience of raising a family in the North Shore. She has a strong commitment and dedication to serving adolescents, adults and couples. As a wife, mother of 3 grown children, Wendy understands firsthand the challenges and rewards adolescents and parents and couples face. She is also certified in eating disorders and is passionate about helping people find their inner balance and healthy self-care.
Wendy firmly believes you deserve to be living your BEST life. Your mental and physical health are interconnected and you need to take care of YOU to reach your full potential. How you love yourself, is how you teach others to love you. She creates a safe space so you can feel free to express any thoughts, feelings, and concerns in a non-judgmental setting. She helps teens and adults cope with the challenges they face at home, work, and school. She also works with families and couples to help improve communication and relationship issues.
Young Adults & Adults
Wendy works with young to middle-aged adults who are looking for a supportive, open-minded therapist. She specializes in Woman’s Issues…. body image, self-esteem, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
She is easy to talk to and connect with. Wendy understands and is empathetic to what it feels like to be stressed, anxious, lonely, and depressed.
Wendy’s motto: self-care is not selfish!
Wendy will be the first to tell you — self-care is not selfish. Make yourself a priority!!
As a wife, mother of 3 grown children, Wendy understands firsthand the challenges and rewards adolescents and parents and couples face. She is also certified in eating disorders and is passionate about helping people find their inner balance and healthy self-care.
In her free time, Wendy loves spending time with her family & “fir girls.”
To inquire if Wendy is accepting new clients, call (847) 919-9096 x1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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