Maggie Gremillion

Maggie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, trained in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She provides psychotherapy and counseling to support women through their journey of motherhood. 

A word from Maggie about herself and her approach: 

“Sometimes motherhood can come with ambivalence, feelings of loss of your old identity, hopelessness, feeling like failure, anxiety, and problems in relationships. You are not alone and most importantly you are not to blame. I know that taking this next step can feel challenging. My goal is to create a safe and nonjudgmental space to process your new identity as a mother, try to understand your feelings, and to provide support. I believe that when we honor the whole-body perspective (mind, body and spirit) it can elicit meaningful and powerful change. You have already taken the hardest step, which is seeking out help. Through therapeutic support, you can find confidence, acceptance and even thrive in motherhood.

I received my Master’s Degree from Tulane University in 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana. My approach to the therapeutic process incorporates evidence-based treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Person Centered Therapy, Attachment Theory, Strength Based and Mindfulness-Based (MBCT). In addition to my work with individuals during their journey to motherhood and the initial postpartum years, I also have extensive experience and enjoy working with people struggling with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, life transitions, grief, family conflict, domestic violence, anger management, and relationship challenges.