Sonya Kirasirova, MSW, LCSW
Sonya Kirasirova, MSW, LCSW (she/her/hers) joins Strong Roots Counseling as part of the first class of perinatal mental health fellows. Sonya is a graduate of Simmons School for Social Work with experience as an in-home family and outpatient therapist. Additionally she has experience working in school settings and with young adults experiencing major mental illness and PTSD. Her focus has centered around children, young adults, and families specifically in building communication skills, forming and keeping boundaries and improving relationships. Sonya uses a variety of therapeutic modalities including, but not limited to: CBT, mindfulness, narrative therapy and IFS while maintaining a focus on harm reduction and improving quality of life. Sonya has also completed a certificate in the use of CBT for the treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to her perinatal work, Sonya will continue to offer some limited spots for teens and young adults.
Sonya believes in building the therapeutic relationship through trust, empathy and humor, setting goals collaboratively and using a holistic approach to improving self-esteem, building coping skills and sense of self. Sonya is bilingual, offering clinical work in both Russian and English. During Sonya's training she is supervised by veteran provider Denise DuChainey.
To schedule an intake to see if Sonya is a right fit for you, please call 857-304-4025 x103 or email.