Dawn Feldpausch, LCSW

Staff Licensed Clinical Social Worker

“If you can change your mind, you can change your life.” - William James

Specialty
Talk Therapy
Years of Experience
7
Locations
New York, NY
Florida
Education

• Spring Arbor University, BSW

• Eastern Michigan University, MSW

Languages
English

Dawn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She has over 18 years of experience in the field of mental health including Outpatient, Community Mental Health and Assertive Community Treatment.

Dawn works with adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem and PTSD using an eclectic approach to suit your individual needs. Other modalities used are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and Positive Psychology. Dawn is easy to talk to and her number one priority is to help provide a safe, open, non-judgmental place to share your personal experiences. She focuses on providing the skills to help manage your symptoms while working in tandem with your psychiatrist to provide the best outcome for you.

Dawn received her Master of Social Work degree at Eastern Michigan University and is Certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional. While in Michigan, Dawn worked extensively with the Community Mental Health. Initially, she worked as an advocate working with clients who were diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness or with a duel diagnosis. She facilitated psychoeducation groups, provided crisis intervention and case management services.

At Henry Ford Allegiance Health, Dawn played an integral role in implementing the integration between physical and mental health. Combining a Psychiatric Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic with a Primary Care Practice utilizing General Medical Education Resident Psychiatrists. Moving on to Florida, Dawn worked at the Marion County Jail assessing suicidal risk of inmates and provided brief supportive therapy. Ultimately, Dawn began her own virtual private practice continuing her
passion of helping others find the skills to begin to live again regardless of their imperfections.

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