Elaine received her Master of Social Work Degree from Widener University in 1998 with an emphasis in Clinical Social Work. Prior to that, she had been using her Bachelors Degree in Social Work within the health care field, specifically in the areas of illness, disability, death and dying. Elaine has experience working with individuals dealing with stress, anxiety and depression, especially as it relates to adjustment issues. She has an extensive background working with children, adults and groups coping with grief and loss. Elaine provides counseling support to many who are struggling with their self-esteem and meaning in life. She values and utilizes a holistic approach, connecting the emotional, physical, spiritual and cognitive functions in therapy.