Sophie Schoenberg is a licensed clinical social worker and a clinician at the Complex Trauma Treatment Center Boston. She works from an anti-oppression framework and has increasingly focused on providing LGBTQI-affirming psychotherapy to individuals who have experienced trauma in its many interpersonal and systemic forms.
Sophie graduated from Boston University School of Social Work with her MSW and went on to complete a post-graduate fellowship at the Boston University Danielsen Institute. At the Danielsen Institute, she worked with individuals and groups using a relational psychodynamic spirituality model. Sophie has practiced in a variety of settings providing trauma-informed care to adults, young adults, and adolescents in the Greater Boston area impacted by a range of traumatic experiences.
Additionally, Sophie has worked with a variety of presenting concerns including anxiety, depression, marginalization, gender identity, eating disorders, mood disorders, self-esteem issues, addiction, intergenerational trauma, and issues related to grief and loss.
Sophie’s approach to therapy utilizes psychodynamic informed, somatic, and mindfulness-based approaches to treating the impacts of developmental and relational trauma and attachment wounds with attention to intersectionality, spirituality, and the mind-body connection. She seeks to co-create a therapeutic environment where people can more deeply understand themselves, connect with their purpose, and reshape their stories to live-in increasing alignment with their values.