Anneliese Sorrentino is a warm, curious, engaging, and caring therapist with a deep commitment to fostering growth and helping her clients form more secure and satisfying relationships – to themselves and to each other. Her approach is integrative and collaborative. She enjoys working with individuals and couples of all stripes, and her particular clinical interests include: development of self and identity, life transitions, depression and anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, intimate partner violence, and couples communication and intimacy.
Ms. Sorrentino is a therapist and social scientist with a background in social work, qualitative and mixed-methods research, and clinical work with individuals, couples, and families. She holds a Master of Social Service from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research, pursued post-graduate training in clinical work with children and adolescents at the Yale Child Study Center, completed the Post Graduate Certificate Program in Couple and Family Therapy at Council for Relationships, and has completed EMDR Basic Training.
In addition to her clinical work at Council, Ms. Sorrentino is a Health Science Specialist at the VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP) in Philadelphia, where she contributes to ongoing research on social determinants of health among Veterans.
Ms. Sorrentino is willing to talk with prospective clients about the potential for a lower hourly rate dependent on that client’s income; please reach out by phone or email to have a discussion with her. More information about fees can be found here.