Ivy Campbell is a licensed Social Worker in the state of New York who specializes in supporting adolescents and young adults. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology where she actualized her passion for promoting wellness within school-aged communities through her time spent engaged in political advocacy work. Ivy proceeded to graduate with honors from New York University, receiving her Master of Social Work degree. During this time, she deepened her knowledge of child and adolescent trauma through her work in various community-oriented educational and residential settings.
Utilizing a variety of evidence-based interventions, Ivy draws on valuable skills from the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) palette to help improve emotional regulation, mindfulness practices, and incite greater awareness of the mind/body connection. She values the incorporation of creativity, humor, and open-mindedness as you explore the dynamic textures of feelings and experiences.
Ivy’s approach is warm, empowering, and centered in the belief that all clients inherently possess an abundance of strengths to navigate life’s challenges. Her therapeutic style is informed by a drive to create a collaborative, equitable, and inclusive therapeutic environment. This approach honors the compassionate nature of trauma-informed and anti-oppressive practices that prioritize each client’s unique needs in the context of their environment. The foundation of your work together will ensure that you have an active voice in your own care every step of the way.
Ivy has vast experience supporting women and gender-expansive people with a variety of challenges. Specifically, she has worked closely with adolescents and adults who struggle with eating and co-occurring disorders. Drawing on her experience working in holistic residential & outpatient eating disorder treatment programs, she is equipped to work with a range of eating disorder behaviors from binging/restricting to exercise addiction. Whether she is meeting with you individually or facilitating a group, Ivy promotes a health-at-every-size perspective and advocates for radical body acceptance mindset in all adolescents and adults.
In addition, Ivy has extensive experience working with survivors of intimate partner violence; and those experiencing familial or relationship distress, homelessness, complex trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, and a myriad of other life stressors.
No matter the challenge, she takes a holistic approach to care that embodies deeper consideration of root causes to physical behaviors/circumstances. This approach aids in the promotion of long-term wholeness and healing in the body, mind, and supports you in cultivating a strong sense of self. Ivy believes that every person has the potential and right to experience a balanced and nourishing life unique to your wants and needs.