Renecha MAck – DOrsey, LCSW


Sinking, Surviving, Thriving, 3 pools of placement we can often find ourselves in. In life, we can at times feel the sinking reality of loss, grief, anxiety, or even depression and its impact on our functioning. Most of the time we are just getting by and surviving day to day just to give ourselves the opportunity to thrive. Whatever season you’re in, and whatever life you choose for yourself, I am optimistic we can PIVOT in whatever direction you want to go.

As your therapist, my job is to teach you the most efficient strategies to manage distress and learn how to balance the waves of change! I believe in using a client-centered collaborative approach to proclaim the real authentic YOU. My hope is that you can take the information you gain to become more self-aware and make decisions that aligns with your values and goals. As a trauma-informed therapist I strive to create a therapeutic environment that is safe, compassionate, and non-judgmental while also challenging you to be better. Greatness is on the other side, and I am prepared to meet you there! 

I have experience in multiple settings including residential facilities, schools, hospital programs, and community outreach. My clinical background includes work with individuals managing co-occurring disorders, identity exploration (e.g. racial, cultural, gender, spirituality), Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, ADHD, trauma, PTSD, Substance Use, OCD, and grief. I work with individuals at any point in their lifespan, though my background has primarily focused on teens, young adults, and families.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker trained in the Attachment, Regulation, and Competency (ARC) Model which is a combination of CBT, DBT, and psychoanalytic therapies through a trauma-informed lens. I enjoy using practical strategies/interventions, humor, expressive arts, and ‘reality therapy’ to build with clients a space that encourages growth and your inherent ability to thrive! You know yourself best, and I am hopeful that between both of our expertise we can build and learn together! You have a story, let’s begin creating your narrative!

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