Sofia Crowe obtained her MSW in 2002 from the University of Maryland. Over her 22 years in the field, she has wide-ranging experiences, from inpatient, IOP, residential settings, and outpatient care. She has been practicing telehealth for the past five years. Sofia sees children aged 10-17, adults, couples and families. She treats a variety of issues, including ADHD (adult and child) other behavioral disorders, CPS involvement, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, adjustment disorder, and psychosocial stress. Sofia has extensive substance use disorder treatment experience, including alcohol or drug abuse, gambling, pornography addiction, and eating disorders. Sofia works with PTSD (combat or otherwise) trauma in children or within family or couple relationships. Sofia is experienced in dual diagnosis care including treating chronic pain, disability issues, and crisis management. She is proficient in determining how pain or addiction issues can cause other issues. Her work placements have been diverse, ranging from adolescent RTC treatment, Johns Hopkins Outpatient Clinic for SUD disorders, for a Native Tribal reservation in Tucson, AZ, and supervising a Community-Wide Crisis Hotline. Sofia has worked and/or volunteered for two VA Centers, in WV and AZ. Most recently, she has been providing services to individuals, families, and couples via. telehealth, a modality she enjoys.
Sofia is trained in CBT, Behavioral Activation, DBT (with Marsha Linahan,) Cognitive Processing for PTSD, CBT for Trauma, Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Imago for couples, communication skills and parenting education and psychoeducation, including liaison with schools as needed to name some. Sofia will start with a thorough assessment and work with you to determine the best course of treatment, using evidence-based care.