Elle Long, MSW
Elle Long, a MSW working towards licensure. She earned a Bachelors in Science from Charleston Southern University in 2011, and then went on to earn a Masters in Social Work from Fordham University in 2021. Elle is also a Certified Dementia Practitioner supporting individuals in families navigating the world of dementia and cognitive disorders.
Prior to Completing her Masters in Social Work, Elle worked in various settings for individuals with serious mental health problems, Substance Use Disorders, and chronic health conditions. Elle’s previous work and personal experience allows her to connect with others through empathy and validation. Elle completed her internship working in Nemours Children’s Health System in Orlando, FL where she was able to support children and families with serious and chronic illnesses ranging from the Neonatal intensive care unit to the pediatric oncology unit. Elle provided individual support for each family, based on their unique needs.
Elle works with individuals throughout all age groups, focusing on depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and substance use disorders. Elle provides the setting of openness and welcoming to discuss the big issues and the small issues (sometimes those mean more than the big things). Using a variety of modalities from TF-CBT, DBT, PCIT, and EFT to create the best environment for you to make progress in therapy.
Although therapy is hard work she will ensure that you will feel welcomed, wanted, and respected. That all of your concerns and needs are met to the best of her ability during each session, and that no topics are off limits. The outcome will definitely be worth the effort put in during our time together.
Specializing in: children/adolescents, chronic health issues (cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, autoimmune disorders, etc) depression, anxiety, serious mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, personality disorders),cognitive disorders,, hoarding, substance use disorders, grief, couples, family, childhood abuse, domestic violence, incarceration, and homelessness.