Fievel Jack Finley, LICSW, CDPT
Fievel Jack Finley (he/him and they/them pronouns) graduated from the University of Washington with a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2014 and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Chemical Dependency Professional Trainee.
Fievel enjoys working collaboratively with students across a wide range of goals and issues. Fievel is committed to working toward social justice, and they strive to provide culturally responsive and strengths-based therapy that takes into account our diverse identities and backgrounds. He is particularly interested in life transitions, identity development, coping with difficult experiences, healing from trauma, gender identity and sexuality issues, multicultural and racial issues, disability and chronic illness issues, cultivating resilience in the face of oppression, substance use, self-expression, and building healthy relationships with others and with oneself. Fievel also has significant experience working with gender identity, sexuality, non-monogamous/polyamorous relationships, and transgender and non-binary issues.
Fievel’s approach is integrative and collaborative, drawing on mindfulness practice, sensorimotor psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and psychodynamic principles. Fievel recognizes that our bodies are an important resource for our healing and wellness and often incorporates practices that integrate our mind and body experience.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, license # LW60746141