Maeve McGuinness David is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 5 years experience providing therapy services to children and adolescents. Maeve has worked with adolescents facing a myriad of concerns, including eating disorders, anxiety, ADHD, depression, suicidality, self harming, sexual assault/abuse, trauma, grief, substance use and attachment issues. Maeve is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and uses a client centered approach, working to ensure that each individual feels empowered to identify what healing and health means for them, and to collaborate on a treatment plan that best fits their needs. It is Maeve’s belief that at the core of much suffering is the desire to be seen and loved as is, and to find acceptance of one’s own self. Maeve makes it a priority to build a sense of safety and relationship so that deeper work becomes possible and continues to collaborate and re-evaluate to ensure that needs are being met.
Maeve McGuinness David received her Master’s in Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver and went on to work as a school based therapist through Community Reach Center. Maeve is working towards certification as an EMDR therapist and has additional specialized training in working with Complex PTSD and Addiction protocols. Maeve also uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Synergetic Play Therapy, Mindfulness and Solution Focused modalities.