Wendy is a therapist with a dedication to making the journey into parenthood less solitary. Wendy holds a graduate degree in social work from Case Western Reserve University. Firmly believing that learning does not culminate in graduation, Wendy has done post-graduate training in perinatal and postpartum distress, substance use disorders, and several evidence-based therapeutic treatments. She has worked with people of all ages in a myriad of settings ranging from inpatient to community-based crisis response. Wendy offers a safe and non-judgmental space for her clients to heal through therapy.
“The beginning of parenthood can feel so full of contradictions: you cannot get a moment to yourself and yet there are times when you have never felt so alone; the world is telling you to be joyful and exuberant and you may not feel like celebrating at all. My hope is to validate and support women and their families as they navigate this new and often overwhelming stage of life.”