Stephanie CapecchiClinical Social Worker , LCSW
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Dealing with the daily struggles of life doesn't have to be faced alone. Focusing on self-growth and resiliency leads to tangible changes in our lives and fosters a mind-body connection. Whether you want to focus on a specific issue or seek proactive change in your life, seeking help is the first step. I'm here to guide that change while helping us focus on measurable results to improve your life. Please scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your contact information to have a conversation.
Being human is often tough. Sometimes we lose our way and can feel stuck and overwhelmed. Sometimes we would like to change parts of our lives or ourselves but don’t know how. Therapy can be an empowering way to promote healing, growth, and wellness. Often, we initially seek treatment to address a specific concern and then begin to uncover other areas of our lives in which we want to make meaningful change. My goal is for this process to feel supportive, affirming, and appropriately challenging.
Successful professionals need to evaluate work-life balance, personal and professional goals, and questions of meaning. After an affair, people struggle with anger and a sense of betrayal, on the one hand, and guilt and shame on the other. Men are increasingly aware of roles and expectations that limit their ability to be emotionally healthy. If any of these issues sound familiar, welcome. Understanding “what is” and how it got to be that way will help you decide “what will be.”
My clients have struggled with body image, eating issues, compassion fatigue, moral injury, and/or burnout. Many have a history of complex trauma and attachment wounds. I specialize in caring for other healthcare workers.
Are stress and worry keeping you from enjoying all aspects of your life? Are you lacking the right outlet to share your concerns and feelings? Sharing your struggles is the first step toward putting them behind you for good! It takes courage to reach out and you've already started the process by searching for support. Take the next step and call or e-mail to find out how I can partner with you in this journey.
You’re not in a crisis. (Although sometimes it feels like you are.) There’s a nagging sense of feeling unsettled. A worry that if you don’t get it right, disaster will strike. Am I asking too much? Taking up too much space? These are questions that feel as familiar as breathing. (And yet logically none of it adds up.)
I work with couples and individuals of all sexual, gender, and racial orientations. I support clients in breaking old habits, defeating false perceptions, and developing new, positive ways of living. Therapy is individualized, but typically leads to becoming more authentic with others, and accessing and manifesting the power of one's true nature. In doing so, clients can skillfully access their potential, reconnect with their creativity, and navigate any challenges or transitions life presents.