In the News...
We love spreading the word about mental healthcare! We are honored by the many journalists who respect our therapists and their knowledge about their specialties enough to interview them for their news stories. Feel free to review some of the news stories we have offered insight on, below.
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The Apogee Awards is a unique awards program, created by TBBW magazine, to recognize distinguished c-suite leaders whose dedication to their industries and communities deserves particular recognition. Our practice owner, Dolly Ferraiuolo, LCSW was honored as a 2023 finalist for "Founder - Small Business".
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Hosts Eileen Lamb and Andrew Komarow speak with Dolly Ferraiuolo. Dolly is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Florida. She is passionate about helping those with sexual health and wellness issues, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma and grief as an individual on the spectrum herself. Dolly also specializes in intersectional and inclusive autism spectrum disorder evaluations and therapy. Subscribe to "Adulting on the Spectrum" wherever you listen to podcasts.
To note: Adulting on the Spectrum is an Autism Speaks-sponsored podcast. Autism Speaks uses its platform and advertising budget to portray autism and autistic people as mysterious and frightening. Their fundraising tactics increase stigma and create barriers to the inclusion of autistic people in our communities. We do not agree with this organization but use every opportunity we can to educate the community on the unique and real perspectives of Autistic people.
Go Solo is an entrepreneurial website that highlights business owners making waves in different industries. Check out Dolly's feature on this site to learn more about her background and what led to SHARE's development in the community.