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Michelle Kenefick, LCSW, LICSW, SEP

County: Middlesex
Specialties: Addictions, Adolescents, Adults, Anxiety, Caregiver Stress, Couples, Depression, Disabilities, Domestic Violence, Families, Grief Recovery, Infertiity, LGBTQ Issues, OCD, PTSD, Personality Disorders, Psychiatric - DSM, Stress Management
Description of current practice:

My journey as a Clinical Social Worker has encompassed over 30 years of clinical practice. I have had the privilege of working with children and families as well as with adults in a variety of different settings. I have a strong clinical background and expertise working with survivors of trauma. Additionally, I have extensive experience supporting people struggling with anxiety, depression, substance misuse and with adolescents and families in crisis. My background includes working in non-profit and corporate environments including street outreach, residential treatment programs, foster care, in-home / community-based settings and in private practice.

Some of the areas of care that I offer include trauma (inter-personal violence, accidents, medical, natural disaster, etc.), vicarious traumatization, relationship distress, life transitions, stress management, anxiety and depression, and many more.

I am currently an adjunct professor at Fordham University in the Graduate School of Social Service - MSW program. I am a faculty member for Social Work Examination Services - supporting emerging professionals prepare for both LMSW and LCSW exams. Through my private practice, I offer trainings focused on trauma and systemic organizational change toward trauma-informed care and work as part of the teaching team as an Assistant supporting all levels of Somatic Experiencing® training across the United States. I am a Faculty Trainer through the Traumatic Stress Institute teaching Risking Connection® nationally and internationally.

I am a former Board member and President of the National Association of Social Worker’s CT Chapter, as an Assistant supporting SE trainings, and am part of the Give An Hour community. Additionally, I work with several organizations offering disaster relief as a Mental Health Responder.


Shaune Martin, LCSW, LICSW

County: New London, Windham
Specialties: Addictions, Adolescents, Adults, Anger, Anxiety, Caregiver Stress, Children, Couples, Depression, Disabilities, Elderly and Aging, Families, Grief Recovery, LGBTQ Issues, PTSD, Psychiatric - DSM, Stress Management
Description of current practice:

I currently work as the Outpatient Program Manager for a non-profit agency in Southeastern CT. In my free time, I also support the CT Army National Guard as an Embedded Clinician through the CT Military Support Program.


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