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Clinical Social Worker / Therapist in St. Louis, MO

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Anita D. Cohn, MSW, LCSW, NBCCH

Anita D. Cohn, MSW, LCSW, NBCCH photo
A Specialist for Women and Teenage Girls.
Learning to think differently and feel good about yourself.
Many variables contribute to anxiety and depression, such as sleep deprivation, improper eating habits including not only what we eat but when we eat. Also, physical health issues may contribute to anxiety and depression along with effecting the quality of relationships. It's very difficult to feel happiness and accomplish goals when we feel anxious or depressed.

Therapy is able to help with many issues. I see people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationship issues, post concussion syndrome better know as traumatic brain injury and interracial issues. Sometimes they are attempting to move past their past in order to move forward. When people first come to me they usually feel hopeless or helpless to make changes. Having an experienced and skilled therapist to listen and guide them makes all the difference. People are able to tell their story and express thoughts and feelings in complete confidentiality, safety, warmth and compassion. This space allows them to see how their past is effecting them today. They learn to think about things differently, feel differently and behave differently.
Bio
On some level, I have always know that psychotherapy would be my chosen career. Being married and divorced at a young age I experienced my share of adversities. Somehow, I learned to overcome life's hurdles and persevere at all costs. This is what I hoped to teach others to accomplish. Since then, I have gained invaluable career experiences as a counselor in a women's halfway house for ex-offenders, homeless shelter for pregnant women, drug and alcohol treatment centers, community counseling agencies, hospices and several other places of employment. I have been enjoying assisting others in feeling better and accomplishing their desired goals in my private practice since 2008.

My formal education consists of a BA in Psychology and a Master of Social Work (MSW). I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a National Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist (NBCCH). I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). Somewhere along the way I decided to specialize in women's and teenage girls issues. I cannot imagine myself doing anything else.
This is who I am as an individual and as a therapist.
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Grief and Loss
 Adolescents  Group Therapy
 Adoption  Hypnotherapy
 Anger Management  Life and Wellness Coaching
 Anxiety and Panic  Life Transitions
 Bicultural Difficulties  Loneliness
 Body Image Issues  Marriage & Family Therapy
 Caregiver Issues  Marriage Counseling
 Chronic Illness  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues  Online / Video / Teletherapy
 Couples Therapy  Pre and Postpartum Mental Health
 Depression  Premarital Counseling
 Divorce  Relationship Issues
 Domestic Violence  Self Esteem Issues
 Eating Disorders  Seniors and Elder Care Issues
 Educational Therapy  Stress Management
 EMDR Therapy  Trauma and PTSD
 Family Conflict  Women's Issues
 Gifted / Talented Issues  Work and Career Issues
Certifications
 Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist (NBCCH)  Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Education/Training
I obtained my BA in Psychology from Webster University. My MSW was obtained from St. Louis University. I am certified in clinical hypnotherapy. I have been trained in EMDR, Motivational Interviewing and Trauma Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

My yearly attendance at conferences and presentations enhance my therapeutic skills.
Memberships
Missouri Society for Clinical Social Work.
Payments Accepted
insurance, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and Cash.
Hours:Monday-Saturday: Day and Evening hours.
Location
745 Craig Rd., Suite 301 B
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