Ashley Sargent, LCSW-C
Certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Ph: (443) 318-7139
Ashley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) in the state of Maryland. She earned her Masters in Social Work degree from State University of New York at Binghamton in 2012. Prior to this, Ashley earned her Bachelors in Social Work degree from Mansfield University in North Central Pennsylvania. As a proud northern native, she has found a home within the state of Maryland, where she has resided for the last seven years.
Ashley has over ten years of experience working in the social work profession. Most of the last decade has been spent working with perinatal women struggling with postpartum depression, substance abuse, domestic violence, and grief/loss in the hospital setting. She offered years of crisis counseling to women in need of supportive services to help decrease the stress felt as a new (or expecting) parent. Ashley has also worked with the older adult population in a variety of settings, including long-term care facilities and hospitals, to support the patients, as well as families, with the various challenges that arise during end-of-life transitions. Most recently, Ashley has worked with young adults at the intensive outpatient level of care, who are struggling with substance use as well as mental health concerns. Her role consisted of offering a stable therapeutic environment to help clients stabilize and move towards living a healthier lifestyle.
Ashley offers support to her clients in a warm, empathetic environment. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, and person-centered techniques to help meet the client where they are at in their challenges. Ashley believes in a strengths-based approach to help clients identify their ability to solve and overcome challenges in life. She promotes positive psychology strategies into her practice in a collaborative approach. Ashley is passionate about working with adults (18+) struggling with life transitions, depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, PTSD, grief and loss.