Savanna Vue, APSW
I am a Hmong American. My own personal experience started me on a lifelong journey to help others. This journey has helped me find my purpose as a clinical therapist and deciding to focus on helping others. My undergraduate and graduate studies include criminal justice, sociology, and social work. My professional experience began as a youth mentor for adolescents in several organizations. I also have experience in child welfare as a supervised visitation worker for Family Services. This led me to pursue a Master of Social Work in clinical mental health and to continue breaking the cycle. During my internship, I gained experience supporting college students at the counseling center on campus. My passion is treating adolescents and young adults who are walking through some of the most challenging parts of their lives by inspiring hope, building on strengths, and setting goals collectively to help them move forward.
My approach includes a balance of treating mental illness concerns and strengthening the essential parts of mental health utilizing mindfulness, strengths-based, person-centered, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I believe engaging in a nonjudgmental and understanding approach creates a safe environment that helps my clients meet their goals.
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