Sherise Swensen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She completed her Master of Social Work degree through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has experience working with adults and adolescents with mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, perinatal issues, life transitions, grief, and chronic health conditions in a variety of settings, such as inpatient hospitals, crisis centers, in-home, and outpatient clinics.
Sherise strongly believes in authenticity and living life in accordance with one’s own values. She pulls from several evidence-based modalities, including ACT, DBT, CBT, and motivational interviewing to help identify one’s own values, increase mindfulness, and work towards positive change. Sherise also believes in an integrative, person-centered approach to mental health and focuses on meeting the individual where they are.
Sherise has been a resident of Durham for almost 10 years and enjoys exploring the Bull City with her husband and rambunctious toddler. She enjoys working with her hands, a good story in any media type, and finding new coffee and boba shops around the Triangle.