Margaret Goetz, L.I.C.S.W.

Margaret Goetz
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Master in Social Work University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Bachelor in Social Work University of Maine, Orono, Maine
Master of Fine Arts Southern New Hampshire University
Internships Primary Children's Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Special Training Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for phobias, anxiety, obsessive/compulsive disorders, and depressive disorders. Women's issues. GBLT issues. Pet loss/grief.
Author "The Adventure of Two Lifetimes: a mother/daughter journey across country on bicycles." Writer for national magazines and newspapers on topics of mother/daughter issues, travel, family issues, motivational strategies for wellness.
Teacher and Speaker University of New Hampshire's Literacy Institute for Adolescents.

"It's all about wellness, about finding a direction in life that brings joy, positive mood and balance. It's about learning to find an adventure, a different pathway, a new approach to negative patterns. It doesn't have to stay the same and you don't have to continue suffering. Life is an exciting challenge but when we feel isolated or hopeless or too full of emotional distress, it can feel overwhelming. Let me help you find new coping strategies, and journey toward a new place of understanding. "

Professional AffiliationsMember: NASW, NHWP

"With a background in experiential writing techniques and a focus on individual resiliency, I will help you find who you want to become. From a place of therapeutic courage, we will look for and find pathways through depression, anxiety, loss, fear, and 'the stuck places'."

"Listen With the night falling we are saying thank you We are stopping on bridges to bow from the railings We are running out of the glass rooms With our mouths full of food to look at the sky And say thank you We are standing by the water looking out In different directions And we are saying thank you… And waving dark though it is." (W.S. Merwin)