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Sydney Klatt , Associate Clinical Social Worker

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Accepting new clients

About me

Clinical social worker specializing in harm reduction and trauma-informed care.

Sydney (she, her) is an associate clinical social worker currently accepting new clients. Her areas of focus are trauma-informed care, anxiety, depression, and harm reduction. Sydney approaches her work from a place of wholeheartedness and compassion, and she believes that the therapy space provides a valuable opportunity to process life’s challenges and integrate life’s lessons.

Sydney is trained in Narrative Therapy, CBT, DBT, and Trauma-Focused CBT modalities, as well as ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Her work centers the LGBTQIA+ community by providing gender-affirming and queer-positive care. Sydney graduated with her Master’s in Social Work from CSU Sacramento in 2020 with a previous Bachelor’s in Global Studies from UC Santa Barbara. Outside of the therapy room, she has facilitated trauma-informed yoga for the past 6 years in outreach settings, serving a wide range of communities including incarcerated men and women, survivors of sexual assault, women in recovery, and children. She brings the principals of yoga and mindfulness into the therapy space by inviting clients to connect with themselves through presence and awareness of physical body and breath. She values the expertise of each person’s lived experience and strives to center clients’ wisdom of their own unique needs. She deeply respects the dignity and worthiness of every human and believes firmly in each person’s innate capacity for growth and healing.

When Sydney isn’t working, she loves to practice yoga, create textile art, and spend as much time around animals as possible.



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Years in practice


Service types

  • Therapy / Counseling

Types of clients

  • Adults (18+)
  • Individuals
  • Couples


  • English

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