Adria Hagg, LCSW
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I am an experienced therapist who is dedicated to helping adults with various life stressors, anxiety, depression, grief and loss. I am licensed to practice in Colorado, Michigan, New Mexico and South Dakota.
I received my bachelor’s degree from the University of San Francisco and completed her master’s degree in Clinical Social Work at the University of Denver. I completed my practicum at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) Psychiatry Clinic. Throughout the course of my time at UCH, I did comprehensive diagnostic assessments, presented cases to a team of mental health professionals, built a solid caseload of individual therapy cases and successfully engaged clients in the therapeutic process. I also facilitated a weekly psychotherapy group, attended group supervision, grand rounds and weekly classes with residents to further enhance learning and growth.
I am a licensed LCSW in Michigan, Colorado, South Dakota and New Mexico and has 10 years of clinical experience serving diverse populations in various treatment settings. I specialize in therapy with adults and utilizes a broad range of therapeutic modalities such as but not limited to motivational interviewing, psycho-education, CBT, strengths-based approach, DBT, grief work, and mindfulness techniques. I attended an intensive CBT training at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy where the founder of Cognitive Therapy, Aaron Beck, led a forum. I also apply a holistic therapeutic approach for the purpose of encouraging clients to understand the connection between the mind and body.
Before working in the private practice setting, I was a clinical therapist for The Eight Northern Indian Councils to serve the Native American population. This work nurtured an appreciation for different cultures and customs; ultimately allowing me to tailor my communication approach to each unique situation. While working on the pueblos, I provided mental health therapeutic services to families, children and adults. Additionally, I directed a group at New Moon Lodge–an inpatient substance abuse treatment facility for Native American males.
I am the founder and currently practice as a therapist at my own private practice; Shiloh Hill Counseling. I have also worked as a therapist in a group private practice, Lutheran Social Services and at the Catholic Charities Kinship Program where I facilitated and lead adult, teen and child support groups encompassing a diverse cultural and socio-economic population. My duties included providing assessments and case management services to individuals and families.
In my twenties, I was published as a food and travel writer for various local publications in San Francisco. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, writing, reading and escaping to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I look forward to continuing to serve, develop and nurture clients within the therapeutic relationship.
Specialties & Clinical Interests
- Anger Issues
- Body Image
- Divorce & Separation
- Grief & Loss
- Internet/Social Media Addiction
- Men's Issues
- Mental Health Professionals
- Obesity & Weight Management
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Phobias & Fears
- Stress/Stress Management
- Trauma & Ptsd
- Women's Issues
- Acceptance And Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)