Alli Stokowski, LICSW
I am an LICSW, earning both my Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Social Work, though my initial tendency to navigate towards the role of “helper” began at a young age. My experiences thus far have entailed a variety of roles providing outreach and clinical services to individuals, groups and families across Massachusetts. My experience has allowed me to support some of the most vulnerable people including those with chronic physical and behavioral health concerns, those living in poverty, survivors of trauma and intimate partner violence as well as those with co-occurring substances use disorders. I also provided families and their children with clinical support while navigating the anxiety, fear, isolation and associated impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. I often work closely with school systems, medical providers, DCF, DMH and other community organizations. I recently established a private practice providing psychotherapy to individuals, where I utilize a combination of psychodynamic, CBT and solution-focused counseling to help my clients navigate the stressors of our daily lives. My approach is often rooted in identifying the ineffective boundaries in our interpersonal relationships that lead to increased anxiety, anger and other suffering. I provide evidence-based treatment and strive to convey empathy and compassion to my patients. I enjoy traveling, cooking (mostly eating), any sort of live music and especially working on jigsaw puzzles!