Savanna Manfredonia-Foster, MFTi is a master's level clinician working towards her degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is working under the direct supervision of Dara Hoffman-Fox, LPC and is available to see clients on a sliding scale.
I was profoundly impacted by the LGBTIQ youth during my internship with Inside Out Youth Services in 2014. I knew I wanted to be an aide to individuals gaining a better understanding of their authentic selves. I enrolled as a graduate student at Regis University in a three-year clinical master’s degree for Marriage and Family Therapy in 2015. I can work with children, adolescents, and adult Individuals, as well as couples, groups, and families. I would like to work towards becoming a gender therapist as well as a kink aware professional (KAP).
My Counseling Philosophy
I believe one of the first steps to inner peace and acceptance is to integrate all parts of ourselves into an authentic whole. Additionally, slowing down our emotional and thought processes to best understand them and create meaning can provide opportunities to redefine our narrative and break ineffective cycles of interaction.
Setting up an Appointment
I would love the opportunity to speak with you during a free thirty minute consultation. During this time I can answer any additional questions you might have, as well allow you to get a feel for how our sessions would go. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-244-0480.
Note: As of May 2018 I am only able to see clients who are interested in family and relationship therapy (including couples counseling). Please do check back with me in October 2018, at which time I will resume seeing individuals in therapy.