Liljana Kaci, LCSW


Addictions, Adults, Depression, PTSD, Personality Disorders

My background in clinical social work is very broad and diverse. I have been a clinician in multiple settings.
These are the details —
I worked as a lead clinician at the Gavin Foundation, a substance abuse treatment clinic in Boston, MA. We got most of our referrals from the court system, from the local Parole and Probation offices.
I worked as an ER clinician at 4 different hospitals in Massachusetts, including McLean Hospital.
I was a primary clinician at McLean Lincoln Residence, a long term self-pay treatment program in Lincoln, MA.
I worked at a community health center in MA (Bay Cove Treatment Services) providing evaluations and long term treatment plans for low income residents in multiple Group Homes in the Boston area.
I was a clinician at the Institute of Living Day Treatment Program in Hartford, CT.
And, of course, I have been in private practice, full time since May 2020, but part time since 2013, starting in MA and then transitioning to CT.

Describe your current practice:

I am a clinical social worker in my own psychotherapy practice in Newington, CT. I am licensed both in Connecticut and in Massachusetts, and I am in the process of being licensed in Georgia. I offer both in person and telehealth sessions. I received my MSW in 2009 from Boston University School of Social Work and have been in practice since September 2009. Right now, I see clients both in CT and MA, offering both in person and telehealth sessions.

Where did you get your MSW?
Boston University School of Social Work

What was your area of concentration?
Clinical Social Work

What continuing education activities have you been involved in during the past year?

I have completed two weekend trainings in EMDR and 15 supervision hours.
I have completed Levels 1 and 2 of training for IFS therapy and I have been a Program Assistant for IFS Level 1 and 2 trainings a total of 4 times. I am in the process of becoming certified in IFS.
I have attended the American Association of Suicidology for 5 years in a row, starting in 2018.
I attended the Trauma Conference in Boston, MA, in 2013.
I participate in the IFS Circle.
I co-lead a peer supervision group, and participate in a monthly IFS supervision group with trainer, Mike Elkin, LICSW.
I completed an immersive training in CBT at the Institute of Living.
(These are the ones that have stood out, but I have attended many other workshops over the years.)

Supervision Fees:
$120 per 50 minute session

Address where the supervision will take place:

171 Market Square, Suite 206B, Newington, CT


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