Cecily paranjpe, LMSW

Cecily is a licensed clinical social worker. She specializes in working with children and teens with depression, anxiety, stress, and low self-esteem. Cecily utilizes a variety of methods, including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and art therapy, to help clients learn to express emotions in a healthy way and to believe in themselves. And she helps parents build and develop positive communication skills within the family environment.

Cecily works to make therapy a welcoming experience while creating a caring and calm space to explore feelings. She believes in building a strong connection with her clients to help them develop and grow. 


Cecily received her undergraduate degree from Michigan State University and earned her master’s in social work from Washington University in St. Louis. Cecily has worked as a school social worker at an elementary school and as an individual and group therapist for at-risk teens. In addition, Cecily has experience as a private practitioner working with adolescents whose parents are going through separation or divorce. Cecily’s ideal client is a child or adolescent who wants to be in therapy to explore himself/herself and learn new coping techniques. Cecily’s goal is to make her clients feel safe, supported, and unjudged in order to establish and build a strong connection and rapport during therapy.


Fun Fact: I have lived in four states, and I got married in another country.




My Favorite Quote: “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” – Wayne Dyer