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What would be important for someone to know about working with you?
I have built my career around my passion, which is to provide support during times of struggle for others. This comes from a place of experience knowing how invaluable a safe therapy space can be. In working with me you will find yourself in a nonjudgemental, transparent space where I utilize all my training and tailor it to your specific needs. I feel that therapy is not one size fits all and it is important to treat the person as a whole not just treating the symptoms.
- New York, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, 093674-01
Being in the psychotherapy space has always been something I found a deep interest in. I started my first internship in 2011 shadowing a well respected PhD in his private practice. Here, I fell in love with working with individuals one on one as well as working with couples. This brought me to gain a Bachelors in Psychology and immediately after, a Masters in Social Work from NYU. Throughout my learning experience, I was afforded more opportunities to explore the psychology field through internships in mental health facilities as well as hospital settings. I took some time exploring different areas of the psychology world in the form of taking a position at The New York Foundling conducting in-home therapy for at risk adolescents and their families (usually court ordered). Then I explored a position as staff Social Worker in a nursing home setting providing treatment planning care for the residents. As much as I enjoyed this work, I knew that private practice is where my passion would grow. The first full-time staff psychotherapist position I accepted was in 2017. Here, I learned the importance of keeping, creating and maintaining a strict schedule, notes and weekly sessions with individuals and couples. I would continue this path exploring two other settings with different supervisors providing invaluable lessons that would help shape the psychotherapist I am. I found that I loved working with couples which brought me to become Gottman trained. Through my most recent supervisor, I also found a love for AEDP. Though these two modalities stand out to me as two that I love. I have been trained in multiple different modalities that I feel are important to tailor to my clients specific needs.
Frequently Asked Questions About Alea DiGirolamo, LCSW
It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Alea DiGirolamo, LCSW, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.
Is Alea DiGirolamo accepting new clients?
Yes, Alea DiGirolamo is accepting new clients.
Does Alea DiGirolamo accept insurance?
No, Alea DiGirolamo does not accept insurance.
Does Alea DiGirolamo offer in-person appointments?
No, but people in New York can book Alea DiGirolamo for virtual appointments (teletherapy).
Does Alea DiGirolamo offer online therapy?
Yes, Alea DiGirolamo offers online therapy to people in New York.
How quickly can I see Alea DiGirolamo?
Alea DiGirolamo typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current availability and request an appointment on their profile page.
What languages does Alea DiGirolamo speak?
Alea DiGirolamo conducts therapy sessions in English.
Can I book an appointment with Alea DiGirolamo online?
Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Alea DiGirolamo online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.