Psychodynamic therapy with a focus in Mind, Body, and Spirit connection. Specializations include: Infant Mental Health, Birth to 5, Adolescents, Adolescent Parents, and Adults.
Education: BS in Social Work with a Minor in Criminal Justice from the College of St. Catherine.
MSW University of St. Thomas & College of St. Catherine.
Ph.D. in Psychodynamic Social Work from the Institute for Clinical Social Work
The mission of Peaces ‘n PuzSouls is to provide individualized and quality psychotherapy to individuals, families, and communities with diverse challenges.
• Individual, Family, and Group Psychotherapy
• Mental Health Assessments
• Mental Health Education
• Consulting and Coaching
SCOPE of PRACTICE:
Peaces ‘n PuzSouls uses a variety of models including Biopsychosocial, Psychodynamic, and Strengths Perspective with a goal of Empowerment, to assist individuals and communities to achieve the highest quality of life. Cultural practices and spiritual beliefs are welcome to holistically examine the background of each individual.
Sheila Sweeney, Ph.D., LICSW
Sheila Sweeney is an African-American Clinical Social Worker, trained in psychodynamic therapy with a focus in Mind, Body, and Spirit connection. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work with a minor in Criminal Justice from the College of St. Catherine; a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of St. Thomas and the College of St. Catherine, and a Doctoral degree in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from the Institute for Clinical Social Work in Chicago, Illinois.
Sheila also has a certificate in Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health from the University of Minnesota. She has experience working with Hennepin County Behavioral Health Services; Saint Paul Public Schools; and has worked on a collaboration project with The Department of Education and The University of Minnesota around the disproportionate representation of African-American students in special education programs. She has contracted with multiple private agencies to deliver reputable services such as workshops, seminars, counseling, and informational sessions. Specializations include Infant Mental Health, Birth to 5, Adolescents, Adolescent Parents, and Adults.