Hollyn Swider, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.

Hollyn Swider, MSW, LCSW earned her Bachelor’s in Social Work in 2014 and Master’s in Social Work in 2015 at the Indiana University School of Social Work in Indianapolis. Her clinical training included treatment of children and adolescents impacted by domestic violence, sexual trauma, depression, anxiety, chronic illness, eating disorders, chronic pain, family stressors, and life transitions. Her professional background includes psychotherapy in the school setting and psychosocial interventions in the hospital setting.

Ms. Swider’s practice is focused on therapeutic treatment with children, adolescents, and families who have experienced trauma, behavioral, and/or emotional challenges as well as individuals and families impacted by chronic illness, grief and loss, and developmental life transitions. Ms. Swider primarily utilizes principles and techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She emphasizes a collaborative approach in problem-solving and treatment planning.

Areas of Special Interest

Child and Adolescent Behaviors
Child and Adolescent Trauma
Adjustment to Chronic Illness
Caregiver Support
Family Life Transitions