Carly Chodosh, LSW
Carly Chodosh, LSW, is a relational therapist who utilizes an eclectic approach to help her clients improve their relationships, communication skills, and increase pleasure. She is culturally curious and knowledgeable about a wide range of sexuality topics and presentations. Carly received her masters in social service from Bryn Mawr College and is actively pursuing AASECT certification. Carly is also trained in perinatal mental health.
This perspective is especially true in the transition to a mothering/caregiving role, which is one of the most loaded and intense transitions in a person’s life. The experiences of childbirth and child-raising challenge the very essence of one’s identity, and the therapeutic space can be a meaningful one to explore the thoughts, feelings, and transitional realities of becoming a primary caregiver.
Carly works with individuals and couples who:
- Would like to increase sexual confidence/desire/communication
- experience pelvic pain and/or sexual dysfunction
- have experienced religious trauma or have different views from their childhood religious experience
- would like to work with a therapist who has expertise in religion and resilience
- Face a life transition/transitional stress
- Are looking to expand their family or currently pregnant/parenting/coparenting
- face chronic illness and/or are differently abled
- are survivors/currently experiencing domestic violence