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Meet our Therapists

Daniel Kotsias, LMSW

Daniel completed his Master of Social Work (MSW) at Edinboro University and has been working as a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist/counselor for 5+ years. 

Daniel utilizes an eclectic combination of treatment methods including CBT and mindfulness to tailor an effective treatment to each individual.

George Minor, LLMSW, CADC

George completed his master’s in social work with a focus on substance use disorder (SUD), severe mental illness (SMI) and co-occurring disorders at Eastern Michigan University.

 

 George has worked with various populations such as adolescents, adults, homeless individuals, and veterans for 7 years+. His therapeutic approach is CBT, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solutions Focused Therapy.

Ahuva Smilowitz, LLMSW

Ahuva completed her MSW at Daemen University and specializes in working with individuals and couples with anxiety, depression, and complex trauma

Utilizing a unique EMDR, Internal Family Systems and Cognitive Behavioral approach, Ahuva focuses on the different parts of our mind and personality and how they unknowingly impact our daily life. 

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Sammie Rosenbloom, LMSW (Not Currently Accepting New Clients)

 

Sammie is a clinical social worker with 10+ years of experience. She began her career in New York City after completing her MSW at Hunter College School of Social Work. Her interests include anxiety, depression, trauma, infertility, and perinatal issues. She works with adults, adolescent girls, and families.   Her practice draws from evidence-based, trauma-informed techniques guided by each person’s unique needs. Sammie focuses on cultivating a therapy space where people can be open, vulnerable, and gain insight into themselves without fear or judgment. She is a believer in the relationship being a curative part of therapy and the healing power of connection. She looks forward to helping you move through painful experiences, find greater self-compassion, and internalize that you are worthy of love and happiness

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Kayla Wayntraub, 
LMSW

 

Kayla is a licensed clinical social worker holding a master of social work degree from the Wurzweiler school of social work. 

Kayla specializes in working with teens and young adults struggling with anxiety and depression and utilizes a compassionate, supportive and emotionally focused approach to help others alleviate stress and build a better life. 

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