ABOUT ME

Audrey Oxenhorn MSW, LCSW

Licensed Physcotherapist & Counselor

Certifications and Memberships
  • LCSW, Florida - License #15204

  • LCSW, New Jersey - License #SC00178500

  • MSW, San Diego State University, California

  • ACSW, Accredited Clinical Social Worker

  • NASW- National Association of Social Workers

  • Member of IACT, International Association of Counselors and Therapists

  • Ordained Non Denominational Minister

Publications
  • Herald Tribune Style Magazine

What makes me unique?

  • I value silence and boredom as important aspects of healthy living

  • I have a balanced view of psychotherapy combining the traditional and non traditional approaches - I am experienced and think out of the box

  • I believe that we need to integrate all of who we are when we do this work -- the body, mind and spirit

  • I believe that every child and family deserves an individualized approach to healing 

  • I believe these sessions can be uncomfortable and yet the process can be fun, enlightening, creative and fast moving  

  • I have a passion for creating a loving, healthy, boundaried, family system

  • I walk my talk

  • I fully believe in the work that I do and feel that it makes a big difference in the world.

Audrey Oxenhorn MSW, LCSW

Licensed Physcotherapist & Counselor​

Certifications and Memberships
  • LCSW, Florida - License #15204

  • LCSW, New Jersey - License #SC00178500

  • MSW, San Diego State University, California

  • ACSW, Accredited Clinical Social Worker

  • NASW- National Association of Social Workers

  • Member of IACT, International Association of Counselors and Therapists

  • Ordained Non Denominational Minister

WHAT MAKES ME UNIQUE?

  • I value silence and boredom as important aspects of healthy living

  • I have a balanced view of psychotherapy combining the traditional and non traditional approaches - I am experienced and think out of the box

  • I believe that we need to integrate all of who we are when we do this work -- the body, mind and spirit

  • I believe that every child and family deserves an individualized approach to healing 

  • I believe these sessions can be uncomfortable and yet the process can be fun, enlightening, creative and fast moving  

  • I have a passion for creating a loving, healthy, boundaried, family system

  • I walk my talk

  • I fully believe in the work that I do and feel that it makes a big difference in the world.

1/8

I offer the unique combination of a skilled clinical social worker, artist and healer as well as a diverse offering of life changing tools:

  • Mindfulness meditation for children and adults

  • Hypnotherapy to assist in calming and relaxing the mood and body and clearing out old habits and establishing now ones

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (Use of light tapping on acupressure points to clear and heal our physical and emotional pains)

  • Creative Art Technique  (Use of imaginative play such as drawing, painting and collage to access our intuition)

  • Crystal Bowl Healing (Creates a calm and relaxed state both inside and outside your body)

  • Imaging Cards Technique (Using nature and other beautiful imagery to access our intuition)

  • I create personalized meditations using healing music to address issues of smoking cessation, insomnia, overeating, fear of flying, difficulty getting pregnant and more​

I offer practical life changing tools for dealing with the everyday challenges that we encounter as a spouse, parent, grandparent, child, neighbor, pet parent, employee or employer and citizen of world.

Counseling for Children and Families:

  • Children and adolescents can be highly sensitive to the people and the environment around them

  • They seem to know what they want at earlier ages and often they want to be different than you thought that they would be

 

  • In the next ten years, things will change dramatically in all areas of our lives due to increased technology and changing consciousness 

 

  • Babies and children are advancing more quickly as they go through the known developmental stages

 

  • Schools are not moving quickly enough to help our children succeed and thrive with all of these shifts 

 

  • Parents are asked to be responsible for teaching their kids new ways of being that they were never taught

 

  • There are so many financial and emotional pressures on parents that they do not have enough time or resources

  • Now, more than ever, children need adults to be truthful and often parents need support in walking their talk

1/8

Audrey Oxenhorn MSW, LCSW

Licensed MSW (Master of Social Work)

LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker)

269 South Osprey Ave

Suite 200

Sarasota, Florida 34236

   ‭(941) 260-5863

 

 

www.looneymoonart.com