Grace Olivieri is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in the state of Maryland. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in social work from Nyack College in Nyack, New York and later obtained her graduate degree in social work from Barry University, in Miami Florida. While Grace has worked with various populations in different settings such as inpatient recovery centers and child welfare programs, she has found her passion working with individuals and families in the therapy room. Grace has experience working with adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, interpersonal relational difficulties, attachment issues, trauma, identity complexities, and life transitions. Grace utilizes an integrative approach when working with her families and utilizes a range of modalities such as Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and a Psychodynamic approach. Grace has an interest in working with couples and refers to the Gottman Method to assist couples in overcoming their challenges. It is Grace’s belief that all people possess inner wisdom which leads them to identify solutions in their lives. However, sometimes people will find that “the self” has become suppressed. All humans such as individuals, couples, and families need support as they make attempts to reconcile “the self”.
Grace is a multicultural therapist and a LGBTQIA+ ally. Through her work, she intentionally strives to be inclusive of all people, including clients of various ethnic backgrounds and clients with diverse world views. Graces is also fluent in Spanish and Italian.
Grace Olivieri is a licensed master social worker (LMSW) in Maryland working towards her independent clinical professional license (LCSW-C) under the supervision of Monica Testa, LCSW-C.