Geriann Fedorowicz is a licensed independent clinical social worker interested in working with adults, young adults, adolescents, and couples. She approaches therapy as a relational dynamic process and works to create a nurturing, compassionate, safe space that honors the individual healing process. Geriann has an integrative, holistic approach to therapy. This means that as a therapist she combines her clinical knowledge of attachment theory, neuroscience, cognitive behavioral theory, and psychodynamic theory with the wisdom and insights from mindfulness-based practices, creative expression, and nature.
Geriann has worked with a variety of mental health issues and personal concerns including grief and loss, transitions, anxiety, depression, supporting caregivers, complicated grief and loss, complex trauma, identity work, and relationship issues. Her clinical experience includes working at the Center for Grief over the past 6 years, working at a college counseling center, and working at an in-school arts-based program for at-risk junior high and high school youth. Her previous work as an artist, art educator, and yoga practitioner influence her use of creativity and the mind-body-spirit connection in her clinical work. Geriann holds a master’s degree in clinical social work from St. Catherine University and the University of St. Thomas.