Annie Sullivan, LPC

Annie Sullivan, LPC

Trauma and chronic stress can be detrimental to your life, and it can be helpful to engage in therapy to process these hardships and learn healthier coping skills. I believe everyone could benefit from speaking to a Therapist. I work with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds who have and continue to experience: complex trauma, relationship issues, grief, mood disturbances, anxiety and depression.

I have experience working with children and adolescents with attention deficit and hyperactivity (ADHD) challenges. My work experiences also include counseling in the school setting, crisis intervention services, outpatient therapy, and intensive after-school behavior program services.

My approach to therapy is strengths-based, and nurturing of all parts of a client’s identities. I strive to meet you where you are. This approach ensures your concerns are addressed, and therapy is a safe place for you to process life events to achieve personal growth. I strive to be an anti-racist and inclusive ally. I am passionate about social justice, and participate in ongoing work to ensure that I am aware of how systemic racism impacts my clients.

I also enjoy teaching clients relaxation and self-care skills to help with trauma healing. My training background includes: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness based interventions, Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills, and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. However, I will collaborate with you to identify therapy goals and interventions that are best for you as I believe you are the expert of your own journey.



1518 Walnut Street Suite 1100
Philadelphia, PA 19102

info@melanatedwomenshealth.com
(215) 720-1456

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