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Athena Soleim

Athena Soleim


15 years of experience

I am a compassionate licensed clinical social worker that is here to provide you with support and help you once you have decided you want to make changes. My goal, as a counselor, is to provide you with a safe, dedicated space that promotes healing, lifelong change and guides you in the direction you want to go. I know that life presents many challenges. I believe in a collaborative approach; we work together and help reach your goals as a partnership. I know that starting therapy can be scary or overwhelming. You are taking the first step in ensuring you have the resources and tools to help you succeed. Together, we will help you find the best road in life! If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar, personality disorders, grief or addiction, I am here to help you. I also can help with marriage/family related problems and offer couples and family counseling.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Our first session will focus on understanding your current challenges and helping to develop a plan together to work on these challenges. My goal is to help you develop an action plan, one that can be updated as needed. We will work together on your goals and ensure we follow your treatment plan. I always make sure we operate as a team and offer full transparency.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

As a social worker, I am compassionate and a good listener. My greatest strength is that I seek out resources and always willing to help my clients succeed in any way I can. I am always here for the client in a gentle and kind way.

About Athena Soleim

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My treatment methods

Dialectical Behavior (DBT)

I have experience using DBT with children, adolescents and adults. I have used DBT to help my clients with Bipolar, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety and Addiction. I am able to help coach my clients through using DBT skills to regain control of their lives and give them a life worth living.

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Helping children, adolescents and adults use Cognitive Behavioral practices to change their thinking and form more successful ways for coping with stressors.