Estelle is a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) who graduated with Honors with a Master’s degree from Hunter College’s Silberman School of Social Work, and also holds an MFA in Acting from The New School. As a bicultural, first-generation American, she speaks fluent French and some Spanish, and has experience supporting individuals from diverse backgrounds facing challenges around a variety of mental health needs including ADHD, depression, anxiety, trauma, and abuse, as well as the impacts of immigration status, foster care and justice system involvement, poverty, LGBTQ+ identity, race, and other intersectional areas of marginalization. Using Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed, Strengths-based, and Psychodynamic work with individuals and families, as well as Art Therapy with groups (including music, movement/dance, theater, creative writing, and visual art), she takes a collaborative approach to create empathetic, non-judgmental spaces in which people feel empowered to heal and grow.