Peggy Mayo is a Licensed Social Worker (LCSW) and has clinical experience in various setting over the past 20 years ranging from bereavement and grief work in hospice care, substance abuse outpatient and private practice settings. Peggy’s philosophy in therapy is to partner with her clients in a collaborative manner and teach practical problem-solving tools and techniques to help her clients find their best life possible.
Peggy believes that as therapist her role is to walk with her clients to find the solutions and answers through a holistic approach of connecting the mind, the body and the spirit to help you find wholeness, positive living and wellness. Using a broad spectrum of interventions from a variety of therapeutic approaches including Positive Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Play Therapy, Reiki Therapy. Mindfulness as well as traditional psychotherapy. Each client, including individuals, couples and families who are experiencing grief and loss, trauma, mental health issues, addiction recovery and other life challenging issues will experience therapy tailored to their needs as a partner an active role in the recovery process. Peggy has worked with clients around issues of trauma, mood disorders, family/relationship conflicts, parenting role strain. Peggy works with children, adolescent, adults and families.
Peggy graduated from Barry University in Florida and has various training in alternative holistic methods. Peggy has completed her 2nd level Reiki and has training in Yoga for Grief Relief.