Claire Savage

Claire Savage

Areas of Interest

  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Finding your motivation and drive
  • Time Management/Organization
  • Working with children and adolescents

Disclosure:
Claire is an intern student from Temple University working towards hours for graduating from a Masters in Counseling Psychology program. She is supervised by Nitasha Strait, ABD, M.Ed., MA, LMFT, CST and receives classroom consultations through Temple University.

People would describe me as a person who is caring and open-minded. I have an inherent underlying desire to help those who struggle, no matter their background. Being a first-generation American has brought me a great perspective on multiculturism and how it plays a role in our lives. I believe every person has a unique background that makes them who they are. My goal is to give you the space to explore your uniqueness throughout the therapeutic process by establishing a strong and trustful relationship with you throughout our sessions.

Through Division I Rowing at Temple University, my experience has made me extremely aware of how important mental health is. I am a very motivated and driven person, and I strive to be a better version of myself daily. Therefore, I am confident that my clinical skills can help you also find your motivation and drive. Often, anxious and depressive symptoms render us unmotivated or lacking a sense of purpose. Together, we can dive deep to discover the crux of the issue. We will then process what is there so that you can move forward and feel confident and in control of your life.

I received my Bachelors in Psychology at Temple University. I am very excited to be back at Temple pursuing my Masters in Counseling Psychology, Go Owls! Philadelphia is significant to me because I grew up right outside of the city. My love of the city grows stronger due to the people, experiences, and connections I have made. I am a volunteer runner at an organization known as Back on My Feet, focusing on helping community members recover from substance dependency through running. Here individuals restore their confidence, strength, and self-esteem. I align and believe in several of the goals and traits that Back on My Feet has. Much like my volunteer time with Back on My Feet, I am dedicated and excited to help you reach your goals and to help you along your journey here at The Better You Institute!