Tania Bradkin, MSW, ACSW, specializes in working with children and adolescents, seniors, couples and families, and is dedicated to serving our Spanish speaking community as a bilingual practitioner.
Her emphasis in mental health and military populations addresses the effects of trauma and stress, integrating the wealth of evidence based interventions generated by ongoing neurobiological findings such as cultivating a mindfulness practice for well being; she is also Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) trained via EMDR founder Francine Shapiro’s institute.
In addition to EMDR, her post-graduate certifications and training includes CBT, TF-CBT, somatic/sensorimotor psychotherapy training, music, art, animal and play therapy, and she specializes in understanding and addressing the challenges families face in this era of increased access to technology.
Her strengths-based and solutions-focused approach assists clients with anxiety, depression, transitions and other challenges and phases of change. Tania is the mother of teenage girl/boy twins, has worked as a preschool teacher as well as with special needs populations, and brings first hand knowledge regarding stages of development as the foundation to her focus on milestones, attachment issues and family dynamics. She looks forward to working with you and/or your family to provide tailored, innovative and holistic solutions that fold into your life, increase happiness and well being. Tania graduated from the University of Southern California School of Social Work and attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work after completing two bachelor’s degrees at American University in public communication and political science. Her post-graduate certifications and training includes CBT and TF-CBT, somatic/sensorimotor psychotherapy training, music, art, animal and play therapy, and she specializes in understanding and addressing the challenges families face in this era of increased access to technology.