Bridget graduated from the University at Buffalo with her Masters in Social Work. Following her masters program, Bridget further specialized in the treatment of trauma and sexual abuse. She underwent extensive post-graduate training and is now a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist through the National Forensic Institute, and received certifications in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Problematic Sexual Behavior Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
In addition to her work in trauma and abuse, Bridget works with young children, adolescents and adults affected by anxiety, depression, self-injury, self-esteem, eating disorders, school related problems, behavioral issues, relationship conflicts, sexuality and sexual identity, grief and loss, attachment, and family of origin. She utilizes a number of different therapeutic approaches designed to leverage clients’ strengths and meets meet their individual needs. Bridget’s approach is individualized and collaborative in nature with the utmost importance being her client’s overall health, stability, and well-being.