Founder & Therapist
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma
A bit about me
Charley Rodich is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds Masters degrees in both Child Development and Clinical Social Work. She enjoys working with children, teens and adults. Charley’s ability to empower, connect and build a strong relationship with her clients helps them to overcome personal obstacles and improve their mental health.
"I am so glad you are here! I founded The Mynd Clinic in hopes of creating a modern, trusting, inclusive and dare I say...cool? environment to normalize talking about mental health; an open and safe space where we can have REAL, down to earth conversations. We are all all made of strength and struggle so together, let's change the culture around mental health and make emotional hygiene part of our day to day life!"
Charley practices cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, family therapy, parent management training, exposure-response therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness. Additionally, she is trained in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR) . EMDR offers a non traditional approach to psychotherapy designed to help clients diminish negative feelings while processing traumatic events and can be used on clients of all ages.
Charley has experience treating various mental health disorders including such as anxiety, depression, trauma, borderline personality, ADHD, adjustment and relational issues, eating disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
She incorporates a strengths-based approach along with a person-in-environment perspective to deliver evidence-based intervention modalities to treat her clients. Combining research findings, empirical knowledge and clinical assessment skills, along with the contextual factors of her client, Mrs. Charley takes a collaborative approach with her clients to develop a treatment plan to best meet their goals. She makes it a priority to create a safe, trusting and non-judgmental environment where her clients can explore emotional difficulties and learn new tools and coping strategies to help manage symptoms.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, boating and spending time with her husband and two children.
How I take my coffee
Lots of creamer, splash of coffee
Best part about being a therapist
Building relationships and having clients entrust me on their journey
Eating pizza & pasta throughout Italy
How I practice self-care
Unplugging from social media, meditation, moving my body and organizing
Waking up to cuddles from my kids, family day at the beach, picnic for lunch, home to put the kids to bed, parents night out to a country concert