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B.A., Mdiv, LCSW

Mia Tabib is a social worker, and licensed clinical psychotherapist, and writer located in New Haven, Connecticut. She has written for Yale Daily News, Connecticut Post, Yale Council of Middle Eastern studies, Patheos, and others. 

Mia is currently a clinician within the public mental health system in Connecticut, and facilitates both individual and group therapy. She specializes in treating PTSD, and substance abuse and addiction; she uses EMDR, DBT, and Narrative Therapy. She previously worked as a Domestic Violence counselor and advocate. Mia also teaches at a church preschool, and enjoys finding excuses to glue glitter on as many things as possible. 

Mia is a proud graduate of the joint Mdiv/MSW program of Yale Divinity School and University of Connecticut. She received her bachelor's degree in philosophy from University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

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When she is not writing fairytales and children's stories, Mia can be found reading, going on early-morning runs, listening to Metallica, or Irish step dancing. She lives for Autumn, Kerrygold butter, and freshly-brewed espresso. She fell in love with the color pink on accident, and now finds excuses to incorporate it into as many things as possible. She likes tarot cards, rose quartz, Gentleness, and agrees with Hans Christian Andersen that every person's life is a fairytale.

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