Branwen OShea-Refai is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and yoga instructor in Bethany, CT who specializes in the mind-body connection, anxiety, depression, trauma (including survivors of incest and rape), spirituality, grief, and stress management. As a writer, she also has extensive experience helping individuals who struggle with their creativity or who need guidance in balancing their artistic passions with their day-to-day lives. She works with teens and adults across the lifespan.
Branwen takes a holistic approach that incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness practices. She believes that everyone, regardless of their past trauma, can learn skills to better their lives and form healthy relationships. Her sessions are client-led and focused on the symptoms causing you problems in the present moment.
Branwen teaches her clients how to trust themselves and supports them on their path toward healing and growth. Before working in private practice, she worked at Bridges Mental Health Clinic and Saratoga County Day Treatment Center. She received her MSW from SUNY Albany. She looks forward to meeting you.