Shelley Fleit is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with almost 30 years of diverse professional experience assisting individuals and families to envision and reach their personal goals and manage a range of life challenges and transitions.
Shelley received her MSW and PhD from the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University. Shelley’s clinical experience has focused on issues across the life span including adjustment to illness, aging and disability, managing the struggles of parenting and/or caregiving, and in particular, the often overwhelming challenges being part of the “sandwich generation” and faced with having both young children and aging parents.
Shelley has a passion for working with women as they navigate role transitions, stresses associated with the pregnancy and new parenting as well as their grief journey managing infant loss. Shelley received a certificate of training from Postpartum Support International expanding her expertise to work with women experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
Shelley finds her own life balance spending time with her family and friends, enjoying watching her adult children thrive following their dreams, and engaging in self care through participation in Zumba classes.