Patti Schwartztrauber, M.S.W, L.I.S.W., has a broad range of experience in providing direct service to individuals within the following settings: child protective services, outpatient community mental health, physical rehabilitation and pain management, state drug and alcohol assessment, child support enforcement, and most recently a local domestic violence agency where she worked with both victims and child witnesses of violence. She received her Masters in Social Work from the Ohio State University and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Patti is an independently licensed clinical social worker in the State of Ohio.
With her wide range of experience, Patti has displayed clinical competency in working with individuals experiencing symptoms of such disorders as depression, PTSD, alcohol dependency, marital conflict, and anxiety disorders. In addition to individual therapy, specialties include group work, couples therapy, and child play therapy. Her special interest is in women’s issues.
Patti has two adult children and is expecting her first grandchild. She enjoys reading, writing, crafts, the outdoors, spending time with friends and family, travel, and her dog Sophie.