Description: There are many spokes to the center of the wheel of life. Holism is the glue that keeps the circle strong. My guest this week, Massiel Abramson, a licensed marriage and family therapist, works with infants and young children. She describes how urban families often struggle with the care of young infants and children. Housing insecure, food insecure, and job insecure doesn’t leave much energy for their care. Her holistic approach fosters more consistent nurturing and considers a mind, body, spirit approach. Join us for a look at how this population is doing and how holistic considerations make a difference.
About My Guest: Massiel Abramson is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working with infants, young children and their parents providing attachment and trauma-based therapy. She has worked in the clinical mental health field for 9 years in different capacities, management, training, and direct care. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Human Development with a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Rhode Island.
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