Sherry Minniti D’Elia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Flower Essence Practitioner. She believes that people have a natural tendency to heal. For over 20 years, Sherry has helped clients
heal at the root of their problems so they can live free from their difficulties. Her philosophy focuses on how our sense of self is formed in our early attachments.
Sherry believes that the most valuable lesson one can learn is how one's childhood experiences and their perceptions of those experiences influence how how one relates to everyone and everything throughout life. She provides clients with many tools to help navigate their struggles and to process painful emotions that get trapped in their bodies. Sherry specializes in grief and loss, relationship struggles, abuse and trauma, eating disorders, substance abuse and other addictions, behavioral problems, self esteem, anxiety, and depression. Her holistic philosophy helps to align the body, mind, and spirit to facilitate lasting change and promote a sense of joy, peace, prosperity, and good health.
Sherry holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from Fordham University. Sherry also has an Integrative Certificate in The Trauma Resource Model, Level 1 and 2.
Mary Ellen Frank is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Mental Health Counselor. She is a wellness and strength-based counselor and she believes wellness is our natural state. Mary helps clients focus on their strengths, enabling them to grow and feel empowered to make the necessary decisions and changes in their life to achieve balance, purpose, joy, and health. Her approach is positive. It is meant to empower her clients to trust and honor themselves. As they are encouraged and supported through the therapeutic process, growth and change occurs.
Mary’s experience includes counseling clients at LifeBridge Community Services in Bridgeport and at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. She has served and supported clients through a wide range of issues. She specializes in depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, anger management, abuse, PTSD, relational conflicts, and substance abuse.
Mary holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Fairfield University and a Master's Degree in Education from Fordham University.