Chelsea Moroski is a Licensed Social Worker who works with all ages, races, classes, and backgrounds with the understanding that we all have intersectional identities that impact the way we interact with the world, and how the world interacts with us. Chelsea strongly believes that the individual is the expert on his/her/their own life, and her role is to empower the individual to better understand one’s self, relationships, and the world with a more positive and healthy perspective.
She also specializes in working with individuals who identify with the LGBTQ+ community. She obtained her Master’s degree in Social Work at Binghamton University, focusing her research on how to best serve the LGBTQ+ community. While living in Binghamton, NY, Chelsea oversaw a local LGBTQ+ resource center and began formally facilitating dozens of LGBTQ+ Cultural Competency trainings to a multitude of audiences.
Chelsea then began providing individual outpatient therapy, with the hopes of creating a welcoming space to celebrate all sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions. She has a deep understanding of how it can be very challenging to navigate your identity within yourself, your family, your community, and your society*. She also knows that identifying with the LGBTQ+ community is not necessarily the primary stressor, but that it can be crucial to have an affirming space while working through depression, anxiety, trauma, or other presenting problems.
*Conversations about letters for Hormone Replacement Therapy and/or Gender Affirming Surgery welcome!