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I bring extensive experience as a social worker spanning over 20 years in various clinical settings. Through my work in both inpatient and outpatient settings, I have gained a deep understanding of the complexities involved in providing therapy to patients, utilizing psychodynamic theories and cognitive behavioral theories as my primary approaches. Currently, my therapeutic modality is eclectic, as I believe in meeting each patient where they are in their journey.

My specialization lies in working with young teens to early adulthood, addressing their struggles with depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorders. Additionally, I have supported many students as they transition from school to adulthood, focusing on helping them develop independent living skills.

One of my passions is working with the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ community. I have conducted multiple presentations for school staff on this subject. As an advocate, I always strive to create a supportive and comfortable environment for my patients to openly express themselves.

Coming from an immigrant family from China and the Philippines, I also have experience assisting immigrant families as they adapt to life in the United States. I offer individual and couples therapy, and for the past five years, I have been running a support group specifically for young adults who identify as female.

Currently, I am available for sessions through Telehealth, with any in-person sessions being discussed and agreed upon prior to beginning therapy services.


Anneliese Moy

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