Holistic Psychotherapy Expands
May 05, 2018 02:57AM
Sherry Minniti D’Elia and Mary Ellen Frank
After 20 years as a solo practitioner, Sherry Minniti D’Elia, LCSW, is being joined by fellow therapist, Mary Frank, and the newly expanded practice has been renamed Holistic Psychotherapy.
A licensed professional counselor, Frank received her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Fairfield University. She has experience working in The Counseling Center at Sacred Heart University and LifeBridge Community Services.
Holistic Psychotherapy’s approach helps people to align their body, mind and spirit to promote optimal physical and mental health. The therapists offer a variety of techniques including behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, meditative, emotional and energy healing techniques to facilitate lasting change. D’Elia and Frank work with children, adolescents and adults in individual, family and couples therapy. Their specialties include trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues, addiction, depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. They are considered out-of-network providers and offer a sliding scale rate. Evening and weekend hours are also now available. In addition to the primary location in Darien, they will now offer appointments at a satellite office in Fairfield. Free telephone consultations are also provided.
For more information and appointments, contact Sherry D’Elia at 203-655-4854. See ad, page 27.