Sophie Eisdorfer is a license-eligible professional counselor, who comes to Williamsville Wellness after having worked with individuals, groups, and families in Virginia, New Mexico, and North Carolina. Sophie received her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2016 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from UNC-Greensboro. Approach-wise, Sophie operates from Person-Centered and Existential theoretical lenses. Simply put, these approaches concentrate on creating a safe yet genuine space for clients to identify their purpose in life, while not excusing their own accountability in the process. Sophie has practiced with children, teens, and their families through intensive in-home counseling, as well as with college students and adults in university and outpatient settings. Her clinical interests include family-of-origin issues, intergenerational trauma, and creativity in counseling.