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Bethany Hadvab

Clinician

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with a passion for creating warm and nurturing therapeutic spaces. Over the past 15
years, I've dedicated myself to fostering safe environments where individuals, families, and communities can pause, reflect, and grow.


The elephant in the room is often the unspoken aspects of our human experience. Our society's norms tend to constrain our conversations, 
leaving us with unexplored emotions and untold stories. Whether you're seeking support for personal growth, facing life's challenges, or navigating the intricate landscape of systemic issues and societal pressures, I'm excited to be a part of your journey. I take my cues from you, and my goal is always to move together at the speed of trust, honoring you as the expert of your own life. You can always count on a non-judgmental, collaborative environment where your strengths, uniqueness, and humanity are not only recognized but celebrated.

Bethany currently accepts Aetna, Tufts, Harvard Pilgrim, MGBHP/Allways, Mass General Brigham ACO, United, Wellsense/BMC, Steward, MBHP, Fallon, C3, Unicare, and Be Healthy Partnership.

Education, Certifications, & Licensure:

  • University of Michigan, Master in Social Work

  • Central Connecticut State University Bachelor in Arts in Social Work

  • Certified Financial Social Worker

  • Certificate in Clinical Supervision from the National Association of Social Workers

  • LICSW #117269

Experience and Specializations:

Modalities I use in therapy:

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy

  • Psychodynamic Approach

  • Cognitive Processing Therapy

  • Psychoeducation

  • Trauma-Informed Therapy

 

My areas of specialization:

  • Adolescents (16-17)

  • Young adults (18-25)

  • Adults (26-64)

  • Individuals

  • Families

  • Trauma

  • Grief

  • Domestic Violence 

  • Health Challenges

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Life Transitions

  • Caregiver Needs

  • Financial Stressors

  • Systemic Barriers/Oppression

  • Work-Life Balance and Burnout Prevention for Mental Health Workers

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