Paige Swanson, MA, completed her Masters in applied counseling psychology from Northwestern University. She began her counseling journey in her undergraduate career developing an all-women’s support group for women who had undergone sexual violence on campus, entitled Women In Leadership. This won her the ability to present at Girls Inc! for helping young-adolescent females to survive and thrive.
Paige Swanson will be working underneath multiple LPC-S Supervisors: Kelly Cheatham, LPC-S, PhD and Delisa Deutsch, LPC-S
Paige Swanson specializes in understanding health psychology concentrations from:
- Eating disorders
- Co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders
- Complex-trauma (PTSD)
- Mood & anxiety disorders.
- Perinatal and Postpartum Depression
- Maternal Wellness
- Childhood Sexual Abuse
While working for the government in court-appointed therapy, Paige gained experience in domestic violence cases, trauma and rape crisis. She has experience working in Corporate America as a career coach for BetterUp working with American Heart Association. And has worked as a milieu therapist in an Eating Disorder Hospital, where she became well-acquainted with eating disorders, co-occuring psychiatric issues and childhood sexual abuse.
She has experience working in research at Southern Methodist University, undergoing motivational interviewing techniques for women with postpartum depression. And has continued education in Public Health for health psychology issues like co-morbid psychiatric conditions.
Her work is person-centered and focused on health psychology, evidence-based interventions. She incorporates mindfulness, cognitive therapy, narrative therapy and positive psychology to help individuals find balance, take back their lives and discover wellness.