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Faith Voss, LCSW

My Philosophy

My practice draws upon the concept of the lotus flower, which blooms out of muddy water. Although life brings unexpected difficulties and challenging experiences, I believe any individual is capable of growth and change – regardless of past or present circumstances. In a safe and non-judgmental space, I will help you develop therapeutic goals and equip you with skills to manage your mental wellbeing.


  • Clients: Adolescents (12+), Adults
  • Modalities & Specialties: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Prolonged Exposure (PE), and Trauma-Focused CBT
  • Treating: OCD, PTSD, school phobia, school issues, parent support, social anxiety, general anxiety, depression, and life transitions (school, employment, family, change of country, etc.)


  • MSW: University of Wisconsin – Madison (2018)
  • BA: University of Elmhurst (2012)


  • Out-of-network: $150
  • In-network: United, Optum, and Aetna


  • Telehealth: Tuesdays & Thursdays 8AM – 5PM
  • In person: Monday & Wednesday 8AM – 5PM

How I Can Help You

I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and specialize in providing exposure-based therapy (Exposure Response Prevention & Prolonged Exposure) to treat OCD and PTSD. When engaging in CBT treatment, I help clients to identify unhelpful thinking patterns contributing to emotional distress and impacting their behavior.

Unhelpful thinking patterns and negative belief systems are then investigated to better understand cycles of anxiety/behavior that impact your daily life. Exposure is also incorporated into therapy because it offers a pathway for individuals to overcome obsessive thoughts and compulsions, anxiety, avoidant behavior, and traumatic memories.


Faith Voss, LCSW

I began working as a mental health provider while receiving my Masters of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin–Madison,. During this time I offered resettlement support for refugees and school-based psychotherapy for children (6–11 years old).  I then moved to Switzerland where I worked from 2018–2022 providing mental health therapy in private practice and in international schools. During this time, I supported a diverse set of clients from across Europe and worked to increase access to mental health services for expatriates.

I moved back to the United States in 2022, and have continued working as a psychotherapist with adolescents and adults. I remain passionate about supporting clients from culturally diverse backgrounds and working to increase access to mental health services to vulnerable populations.