Satie Dopp, M.A.
Works with: Families, Couples, Individuals
Specializes in: Self-esteem, Personal Development, Trauma, Grief & Loss, LGBTQAI concerns, Relationships, Eating & body concerns, Identity work
Satie works with individuals, families, and couples in order to treat symptoms related to anxiety and depression. She also has experience assisting individuals cope with transitions, such as separation and divorce. Satie has extensive experience helping clients with issues related to grief, loss, and trauma. Satie has treated clients in a variety of work settings, and has clinical experience addressing identity concerns, including LGBTQAI+ concerns, treating eating and other body related concerns, and improving relationships.
Satie finds her work most valuable when assisting individuals to navigate their own personal development, and describes her ideal client as an individual who understands that healing requires change.
Working under Tracey Lee as her supervisor, Satie uses an eclectic mix of evidence based treatments, such as Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Solution-Focused Therapy in order to offer a wide array of strategies to better meet her client’s needs. In addition to these paradigms, Satie also implements techniques from Narrative, Family, and Relational-Cultural Therapies. When outlining a treatment plan, Satie selects therapeutic approaches that have been demonstrated to be effective with similar clients and struggles. Her therapeutic style can be described as collaborative, compassionate, empathetically challenging, non-judgmental, and genuine.
Satie enjoys being present and the process of conscious living, a good sense of humor, the arts, and deeply values her personal relationships.
Clinical Approaches: Mindfulness, CBT, Solution Focused
Degree: M.A., Boston College