Annie Giupponi, LMSW
Founder, Rooted Counseling
I became a therapist because I believe people are pretty incredible.
As a person-centered clinician, my heart is in working with women as they move through struggles and transitions of life. I work with clients from a strengths-based perspective, with a specialty in treating eating disorders, pregnancy/postpartum depression and anxiety, and trauma-related issues. I have extensive training in utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Family-Based (FBT)/Maudsely treatment methods.
I take a holistic approach to therapy, incorporating mindfulness, CBT, DBT, art processing and collaboration into my practice to best meet the needs of each individual. My aim is to offer a solid and steady presence for growth and healing and to provide a safe and comfortable counseling experience. When I meet with clients, I do so with empathy, respect, humor, and compassion. Therapy should be a place to dig deep and work hard, but I believe the best kind of therapy is when you can also have a little bit of fun.
When I’m not at work, you can find me practicing calligraphy and cross-stitch and other hobbies you generally only find 90-year-old grandmothers practicing. Current obsessions are drinking (overpriced) pour-over coffees, wandering around Target, cooking without a recipe, and filling my house with as many succulents as possible. I’m currently trying my hardest to learn Italian to keep up with my born-and-raised in Italy husband, and we love traveling all over the world almost as much as we love our little home here in Michigan. We have a baby girl and a rescue hound and we’re head over heels with both.
It’s an incredible privilege to be trusted with the stories of brave souls as they work through some of the most difficult parts of life. I am deep-down-to-my-bones grateful that my job is to love on people and help build healthy relationships – there’s nothing in this world I would rather do.
We all have stories to tell, and I would love to hear yours.
I received my Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from the University of South Carolina and my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Hillsdale College.
Credentials and Certifications
LMSW in State of Michigan, license #6801100766
Postpartum Support International Certificate training
Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) certificate
CBT, DBT, and FBT/Maudsely Method for adolescent and adult eating disorders
Exposure/Response Prevention (ERP) training
Gottman Level I Training
724.454.9024 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Intakes with Annie are $150 and sessions are $120.