Paris Smith is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in Washington, D.C. She received both her Bachelor’s and Masters of Social Work from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA.
Paris provides individual therapy to adults and adolescents struggling with a variety of challenges such as stress, anxiety and depression. She is passionate about alleviating fears associated with receiving mental health services and believes therapy is a tool to support clients in becoming the best version of themselves. Paris uses a psychodynamic approach to help clients resolve current and past traumas that may be causing disruption in areas of their lives. She then provides coping skills using an individualized approach to help process emotions associated with the trauma. Paris promotes a healthy and positive mindset as the basis for living a positive lifestyle. She has experience in a variety of therapeutic areas including: individual therapy, family therapy, behavior modification, solution-focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness.
Paris specializes in treating anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, bipolar disorder, emotional disturbances, grief and loss, behavior challenges in school settings, and anger.
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