Miriam Klaczkowski received her Masters degree in Social Work from Yeshiva University in New York in 2014. Miriam’s practice includes adults, couples, children and adolescents and she works collaboratively with their parents and families to form client centered and evidenced based solutions. Her focus is on helping young people and adults to overcome obstacles and to learn the coping skills that they need to succeed. She works with a broad range of mental health issues including eating disorders, trauma, compassion fatigue, PTSD, anxiety, depression, separation/ divorce, ODD, burnout, anger, low self esteem, grief, chronic and terminal illness. Miriam offers a compassionate, empathic, non-judgmental, approach. Some of the treatment techniques she draws on include Family Based Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy and a variety of Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, Systemic therapy, Strengths Based and play therapy. Miriam believes that life is a journey with its ups and downs but with the right support system, life can be easier to navigate for smoother sailing. Miriam empowers her clients to connect to their own inner strengths and helps them develop better techniques to navigate a life of resiliency, new hope and meaning.