- Anxiety, depression, mood disorders
- Trauma: physical, sexual, emotional, military related
- Midlife issues: post-divorce adjustment and relationship concerns
- Assessment and treatment of ADD/ADHD
- Workplace stress, including harassment
- Healthcare professionals' concerns
- Post military readjustment and military family challenges
Myrna is licensed as a clinical social worker and a professional counselor. She has more than 35 years of behavioral health experience, working primarily with adults. She is skilled in treating post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, loss and grief, anxiety, other mood disorders, relationship concerns, and in diagnosing and treating adults with ADHD. Myrna also has special interest and experience in working with health care professionals and understands the challenges we face.
Myrna’s background is extensive in treating those who have a trauma history, including physical, sexual, sudden loss, and military trauma. She spent many years working with veterans and their families in a nationwide program of the Veterans Administration and has a deep understanding of the issues military personnel and their families face in active duty, deployment and in post military readjustment. She also has extensive familiarity with sexual trauma, including workplace harassment issues.
Myrna also has special interest in midlife transitions, particularly pertaining to divorce, and resuming dating after a long partnership/marriage has ended. She likes to say, “There is indeed life after divorce”.
Myrna works with individuals and couples of all ages and stages of life, and especially enjoys working with persons from other cultures.
Education and Training
Myrna received her Bachelor’s degree, with Honors, from SUNY Buffalo, and her Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Member of the National Association of Social Workers.