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Elinor Wilber



Pronouns: She/Her

Style: Relatable, Calm, Compassionate

Works with:

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Teens
  • Adult Family
  • Seniors
Elinor Wilber


Who I am as a Therapist


I am passionate about working with clients struggling with symptoms of depression, anxiety anger, grief and life-transitions. Together we will explore unhelpful patterns so you can understand which parts of your identity feel right and which no longer serve you. I work closely with clients who are motivated to feel less distress, improve their relationships, and feel empowered in their daily lives. I specialize in working with teens as they navigate the challenges of adolescence and strive to build a strong sense of self-worth and self-confidence. I also work with families to improve communication and strengthen interpersonal dynamics, as well as with couples to address issues related to trust, intimacy and commitment.

As a therapist I am passionate about the exploration of how identity is formed within our relationships. Whether this be between family members, partners, co-workers or the therapist, our understanding of ourselves is shaped within the context of these relationships. It is my goal to help you learn how to show-up in the world as your authentic self and explore patterns of relating to others. I provide a safe, compassionate and creative atmosphere for us to discover ways for you to feel understood. My approach is warm, humorous and relatable.

I believe that this work is deeply collaborative and you are the expert on your own experiences in life. I am committed to providing a safe and inclusive space for all persons and to exploring my awareness of my own privilege as a white cis-woman. Within my work I have a deep understanding of how systemic issues impact a person’s mental health and sense of self, therefore I strive to be a safe therapeutic professional for folks in the LGBTQIA and BIPOC communities.

People come to therapy to feel better, but often need help in figuring out what has them not feeling their best. Let’s explore together the things that are keeping you from living your fullest life.

“The story of human intimacy is one of constantly allowing ourselves to see those we love most deeply in a new, more fractured light. Look hard. Risk that.”
Cheryl Strayed

Specialty Areas

Mental Health Challenges 

  • Addiction and Substance Use
  • Aging
  • Anger
  • Anxiety (General, Panic, Phobias)
  • Attachment & Relational Challenges
  • Blended Family
  • Chronic Illness
  • Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships
  • Depression
  • Disability
  • Dissociation
  • Divorce
  • End of Life
  • Gender Transitions
  • Grief & Loss
  • Identity Development
  • Learning Disorders
  • Life Transitions
  • Managing Stress
  • Men’s Issues
  • Parenting
  • Postpartum Depression
  • School Issues
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sexual Health
  • Trauma Recovery (PTSD & Abuse)
  • Women’s Issues

Therapeutic Approaches 

  • Attachment-Based Therapy
  • Feminist Therapy
  • Gestalt Therapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Psychodynamic
  • Transgender-Affirming Care
Elinor Wilber MA

Who I am when I’m not a Therapist

When I’m not being a therapist I am usually hiking with my two dogs, attempting a new knitting pattern, trying out fun restaurants, and spending time with family.


  • Masters in Clinical Psychology at John F Kennedy University

Training & Experience  

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