Aimee Muth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Greenwich, CT who specializes in chronic illness and medical conditions, addiction, including alcohol, opioid use, and tobacco and nicotine (vaping) cessation, life transitions, anxiety, caregiver support, trauma, and loss and grief. She works with teens, couples, and adults across the lifespan. She also has extensive experience working with young women who are feeling isolated.
Aimee takes an eclectic approach to therapy with a focus on the relationship between her and her clients. This includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness practices, Supportive Therapy, and Family Systems. She meets her clients where they are and offers them a space where they can explore who they are and what they want out of life. She also teaches them healthier coping skills to navigate whatever challenges they may be facing. When working with clients with a history of addiction, Aimee primarily utilizes Motivational Interviewing and helps her clients discover external motivators for needing to stop.
Aimee offers a safe, nonjudgmental space where clients can feel comfortable being vulnerable and begin their path towards healing. Outside of private practice, she works at NY Presbyterian Hospital, where she has worked for almost two decades. She received her MSW from the Columbia University School of Social Work and completed post-grad training and certification in addiction counseling and palliative care and bereavement. She also has done tobacco cessation training.
Anxiety - Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
Addiction - Coping with emotional discomfort and suffering; reducing or abstaining from unwanted behaviors such as unhealthy gambling or shopping
Chronic Illness - Receiving a diagnosis; adjusting to lifestyle and medication changes; coping with related changes in mood, emotions, and relationships; managing symptoms and stress
Loss and grief - Emotionally preparing for the anticipated passing of a loved one; managing feelings and reactions to a death or loss of significance; support during the process of healing and acceptance
Trauma - Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
Life transitions - Coping with difficult or impactful life changes, such as moving to a new area, relationship transitions, child rearing, or career changes; learning self-care to better manage resulting stress
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Private Practice, 2017 - Present
NY Presbyterian Hospital, 2001 - Present
Institute for Community Living Highland Park Clinic, 2003 - 2006
Columbia University School of Social Work, MSW, 2001
New York University, Political Science and Russian Studies