Sofia DiSanti is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Westport, Connecticut and Midtown East, New York, next to Grand Central station. She specializes in career-related anxiety, women’s relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and trauma. Sofia particularly enjoys working with young professionals and women exploring their career paths, assessing or trying to enter into romantic relationships, and trying to discover what makes them happy overall.
In addition to career and relationship challenges, Sofia has expertise in eating disorders and trauma. For clients with eating related challenges, she works to help them change their thought patterns and develop a healthier relationship with food. Having had extensive clinical experience working with survivors of 9/11 at Bellevue Hospital Center, Sofia is also well-versed in helping clients recover from trauma. She takes a trauma-informed approach to guide each client toward a safe place to heal.
Sofia draws upon evidence-based treatment modalities and individualizes each client’s needs. Having been psychodynamically trained, she uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Psychoanalytical Therapy, and Supportive Therapy. Sofia can provide therapy in both English and Spanish.