Charlotte Thomas MSW, LSW | Social Work Supervisee
Charlotte (she/her) graduated from the University of Findlay with her bachelor’s in social work in 2019. In May 2021, she graduated with her master’s in social work from The Ohio State University with a scope of practice in clinical mental health and substance use disorder. Her career has consisted of community mental health, crisis and substance use disorder. The experiences she’s had and the people she’s encountered have changed her life in ways that she’s forever grateful and humbly grounded. She work with transitional youth and older and has 5 year’s experience working with communities in these areas. She’s advocated at the state level for mental health and SUD access and treatment policy changes.
Her scope of practice is trauma, anxiety, depression, domestic violence and substance use disorders. Her approach is based on each person’s own recipe, everyone has their own special ingredients that need to be explored within their spice cupboard. Her approach is to encourage and support people in understanding what their special ingredients are and how these ingredients will serve their wants and needs.
With a holistic approach, she enjoys using strengths based, TF-CBT, person centered, solutions focused and mind/body/spirit practices to assist people in being their true and authentic selves. Finding balance and positives in even the darkest of times can create an acceptance internally that allows a light to be lit consistently, as a glimmer of light can eliminate the thick dark. Her passion and joy comes from joining people on their own individual paths to finding, reigniting and or keeping their light lit, regardless of the darkness. Regardless of an individual’s diagnosis and/or background, everyone deserves respect, kindness, support and the space to be heard and acknowledged. It’s my goal to assist people in finding even their tiny but mighty glimmers of inner peace.
Charlotte is being supervised by Allyson Eads, LISW.