Naomi Muzac, ASW

My name is Naomi and I am an Associate Clinical Social Worker. I identify as a queer woman of color and my pronouns are she/her. My focus in this practice is to provide trauma informed, identity-affirming psychotherapy to individuals with mood disorders. I work with each person to understand their unique needs and to build a genuine connection based on mutual respect and transparency. I have worked with folks from diverse backgrounds and I strive to be inclusive of individual and community needs. I believe that through building a strong therapeutic alliance, considerable growth and healing are possible.

My work with clients is personal, vulnerable, and collaborative. I have spent many years working with survivors and victims of intimate partner violence and sexual violence. These events can be difficult to talk about and heal from, so when we work together, I will meet you where you are and help give you the tools that you can use any time you need them.

I utilize a holistic lens, viewing the mind-body-spirit connection as an important piece to understanding who you are and bring empathy and my authentic self to therapy. I apply several modalities in our therapy including, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Trauma Informed CBT, CBT for Insomnia and Integrative Therapy to assist in this process. I draw from several different lenses of practice, but all have a fundamental belief of placing importance on our therapeutic relationship. I look forward to hearing from you!