Abbey David (she/her) is a Licensed Master Social Worker in both the state of Georgia and New York, where she attended Binghamton University to obtain her Masters in Social Work. Since then, Abbey has been working as a therapist in the mental health field, providing quality care to children, teens, and adults via telephone, video, and in-person services. Despite missing making in-person connections with others, Abbey is excited to be able to reach more people by providing easy access to care in the comfort of your own home. In her practice, Abbey emphasizes the importance of establishing a strong therapeutic relationship so that you feel safe and supported in your journey every step of the way. When Abbey is away from her counseling chair, she enjoys spending time outside reconnecting with nature and caring for her three pets - Gunther the golden retriever, Bacon the black kitty, and Sriracha the chinchilla. Abbey is a self-proclaimed food enthusiast and fan of the NWSL and the US Women's National Soccer Team.
Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it's having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it's our greatest measure of courage - Brené Brown.