Margaux Sayer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over twenty years of clinical experience. She provides individual, group and family therapy for children, adolescents, young adults and adults. Margaux graduated from Tulane University
and then went on to earn her Masters degree from Columbia University in New York with a focus on mental health.
Before joining Affiliates in Counseling, Margaux gained valuable experience as a key member of inpatient hospital units and in emergency departments. As a hospital social worker, Margaux helped and supported her patients as well as their
families adjust to new diagnoses and illnesses, deal with grief and loss and work with the interdisciplinary medical team to determine the proper level of care for her patients. Margaux has helped numerous families navigate the healthcare system by identifying and alleviating barriers to care. In addition to hospital based health care, she has experience working with the Department of Children and Family Services, navigating the foster care system and providing social work services in a school setting. Margaux is well versed in the 504/IEP process and has provided school advocacy for her clients. Margaux provides patient centered care using best practice interventions and therapeutic modalities in order to help clients set realistic and manageable goals.
Margaux has experience treating the following:
- Grief and loss
- Death and dying
- Adjustment to illness/new diagnosis
- Social skills
- Conflict resolution
Margaux is in an in network provider with BCBS PPO.
As a society we are constantly faced with change and uncertainty. Watching the nightly news, navigating social media, debating political issues and the effects of COVID-19 have all adversely affected how we cope and relate to others. Our ability to parent, have relationships with family and peers and to make honest and real connections, is constantly being challenged.
I understand that everyone communicates and connects in different ways and utilize talk, play and art therapy to meet my client where they are at and form a real connection. I want to provide people with the tools they need and can use in their everyday life to successfully manage their emotional needs. Ultimately, I want to provide my clients with a sense of calm and control as well as the ability to survive and thrive.