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Lydia Hasch, LCSW (she/her)

Lydia Hasch, LCSW (she/her)

Hello and a warm welcome to you!

Have you found yourself navigating through challenging, stressful, or unsettling moments that seem to cast a shadow over your daily life? Perhaps life feels a bit overwhelming, spinning out of control, and you’re seeking a path back to balance. If you’re experiencing symptoms like excessive worry, sleep difficulties, negative self-beliefs, irritability, low mood, or intrusive thoughts and memories, you’ve landed in a space where understanding and support await.

In our collaborative journey, I center my approach around you. Research underscores the importance of a strong therapeutic connection, proving it to be just as influential as any specific therapeutic method. In our initial sessions, we’ll delve into the history and context of your experiences, define treatment goals, and ensure that I am the right fit for your unique needs.

As your therapist, my role is to enhance your brain’s natural healing process by offering tailored skills and interventions. I particularly enjoy incorporating EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy) as one of the ways to guide you through this transformative journey. Additionally, I integrate CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and IFS (Internal Family Systems) based on your preferences and needs.

If you resonate with any of this, you’ve likely found a safe and supportive space to explore your path towards healing. I look forward to the opportunity to work together on your journey of self-discovery and well-being.

My book recommendations:

Set Boundaries, Find Peace: a guide to reclaiming yourself by Nedra Glover Tawwab

The Body Is Not an Apology, Second Edition: The Power of Radical Self-Love by Sonia Renee Taylor

The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel Van Der Kolk

Untamed by Glennon Doyle

Biography

Lydia earned her Master’s Degree in Social work from UNC Wilmington and Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a double minor in Sociology and Women’s Studies from East Tennessee State University. Lydia interned at Smart Start of New Hanover County facilitating parenting education programs. Lydia has worked in a variety of community mental health outpatient therapy settings including in K-12 schools, a primary care office, and through Telehealth. Lydia is an EMDR Certified therapist and has completed the Level 1 IFS (Internal Family Systems) Training Program through the IFS Institute. In her free time, Lydia enjoys game nights, walks in nature, and spending time with loved ones.