Sasha Garfunkel Corrado, LICSW
Sasha is a Clinical Social Worker with expertise in supporting youth and families facing obstacles related to complex trauma and adverse experiences. Sasha is experienced in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and their families to help them gain skills to navigate symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, and challenges with executive functioning and social skills. She has an in-depth understanding of working with children and families across multiple treatment modalities and levels of care including residential treatment and intensive home-based family therapy. Sasha earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Northeastern University and her Masters of Social Work at Simmons University.
“My practice integrates my training in the ARC Framework and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to support clients in reaching their goals through discussing strengths, struggles, emotions, and worldview. My work is solution focused and governed by a belief in the innate resiliency of people. I believe my clients possess the ability to make changes in their lives. My goal is to develop a collaborative relationship that supports you in understanding how your knowledge of the world contributes your thoughts, feelings, and actions.”