Arielle Greenwald, Clinical Intern
Arielle is a second-year Master’s student in Couple and Family Therapy at Antioch University New England. She believes that relationships can be our greatest teachers and provide the most significant opportunities for growth and healing. Arielle has experience working in both residential and outpatient addiction treatment centers, as well as working with couples and individual adults on a variety of issues. She holds a systemic worldview, believing that our individual wellbeing is intricately connected to the wellbeing (or lack thereof) of our intimate relationships, communities, societies, and planet at large. Arielle loves approaching therapy collaboratively, meeting you where you are and honoring you as your greatest healer and the expert of your journey. She is committed to upholding an inclusive practice that affirms and uplifts people who have been particularly marginalized in the relational realms including the LGBTQIA+, ethical non-monogamy, and kink communities.
In addition to her current training in couple and family therapy, Arielle holds a BA in Environmental Studies as well as training in somatic trauma therapy, Bhakti yoga, bodywork, breathwork, birth doula work, life coaching, and antiracism work. She is fascinated with the wisdom of the body and draws upon this innate wisdom in her trauma-informed work with clients. Arielle is honored to be a part of your individual and relational journeys, and to contribute to repair and healing in this world in whatever ways she can.