Arleigh earned her Master’s of Social Work (MSW) degree at Hunter College in New York City, New York in 2015. She has post master’s training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic psychotherapy, palliative and end-of-life care, and clinical anxiety treatment. Her approach to psychotherapy is person-centered, builds on client strengths, and is rooted in psychodynamic therapy and CBT.
Arleigh enjoys working with adults dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, adjustment, chronic illness, grief/loss, and relational concerns. She has experience counseling LGBTQ+ and HIV affected survivors of violence, individuals in crisis, adults in treatment for cancer, caregivers, and clients experiencing a variety of other concerns.
Arleigh advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusion and is committed to using an anti-oppressive lens in her work. Prior to earning her MSW, she taught English as a Second Language (ESL) in China and worked with individuals recovering from traumatic brain injury in Grand Rapids, Michigan.