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Connie Stringfellow

Connie Stringfellow


4 years of experience

Welcome! I'm Connie Stringfellow I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of California. I have been a bachelor-level social worker since 2006; a master-level social worker since 2016; and a licensed therapist since 2020. My experience ranged from assisting children and families during my time working for Government entities to assisting families of all ages from the hospital to hospice service. With such vast experience, I believe I am qualified to assist you grow and heal.

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

Therapy will be difficult sometimes and at others the most enjoyable part of your week. I welcome these opposing states and embrace them as a sign of good work being done on your behalf. I ask that you bring your authentic and whole self to each session. I also encourage you to allow yourself to experience any emotion or thought freely, for example, crying without needing to apologize and voicing your feelings with confidence. If you are not quite there yet, I hope you will allow me to help you reach that point.

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

Thank you for beginning this journey. With my vast experience with I believe, I can lead you through this process and I am here to help you grow. No matter what the response has been, I believe you are making a good decision. Therapy is an inviting place where every single part of you is welcome, even the parts that are uncomfortable to share. As a therapist, I am privileged that you chose this process as your vehicle to healing.

About Connie Stringfellow

Licensed in


Free consults, virtual

My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

CBT sessions often involve working with a therapist to identify and challenge negative thought patterns, and break down problems into smaller parts. CBT can help people deal with overwhelming problems in a more positive way, and can be an effective way to treat depression and anxiety.

Mindfulness-Based Therapy

Mindfulness-based therapies have been shown to reduce negative mood states such as stress and anxiety, increase positive emotion, and improve attention, and self-control. Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present and aware of what you are doing, without being overly reactive or overwhelmed.


Interpersonal therapy is a short-term psychotherapy that helps people improve their interpersonal skills and build productive habits. It can help with anxiety, and depression.