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Bridget McKnight

Bridget McKnight

25 years of experience

Hello! I am a licensed clinical social worker. I have an extensive background in child welfare and working with families who have experienced abuse and neglect, court issues, etc. I have also been a hospice social worker. My role was to support families, provide education related to the end-of-life process, and support families as they prepare to say goodbye to those they love. I have also worked in public schools providing assessments/evaluations for student who might be struggling in an academic setting, preparing IEPs, providing classroom social-emotional education, and individual social work services to students who might be experiencing difficulties with peer relationships, bullying, anger, anxiety, and many other issues that can impact a student's ability to learn and flourish in an educational setting. I help individuals of all ages who might be experiencing feelings related to stress, anxiety, depression, or grief. My treatment approach is largely cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). This is an evidence-based treatment approach that provides client-specific tools and interventions. Together, we will identify triggers and learn ways to reduce physical and mental symptoms you might be experiencing.

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

In our first session, we will get to know each other; I will begin to gather basic background information and learn more about your goals for seeking therapeutic services. Together, we will develop a plan that supports the transformation you seek to bring calm, understanding, and self-acceptance.

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

My greatest strengths are connecting compassionately with clients, listening, and helping clients identify and use their strengths to improve their lives. Everyone deserves to make positive changes and embrace a healthier and more meaningful life.

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Helping clients understand the cycles of unhealthy thinking that often result in physical symptoms. I assist clients in identifying and practicing new coping skills and learning to expand the window of tolerance.