Abigail Burd, MSW, LCSW, BCD, LCS26867
Abby received a Master of Social Work from San Diego State and is licensed in the state of California as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). In addition, she is a Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (BCD). She has worked in agencies such as UCSD Outpatient Psychiatric Services, Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital, St. Vincent de Paul, and Community Research Foundation since 1998.
Abby is very experienced in helping clients overcome anxiety, depression, substance abuse, issues with self-esteem, etc., and has worked in every type of mental health setting over the last 18+ years.
Abby is also passionate about pregnancy and birth and rejoices in her two daughters. She integrates her passion and profession to support other pregnant and postpartum women. Abby is a member of the Postpartum Health Alliance and has served on their executive board.
When not in private practice, Abby works part-time for the San Diego City College Mental Health Counseling Center as a therapist and clinical supervisor.
Clients find Abby calm and competent, as they work together to advance their goals, ease symptoms or work through transitions. She is sincere and passionate about helping them achieve their full potential.
Read what her clients say (testimonials).
Media Expert Consultant
Abby is frequently sought out by journalists as an expert for television news broadcasts and quotes for articles. The videos below are just a few of her interviews. Media can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-289-7818.
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Abby habla español. En el terapia es importante expresarse en la lengua en que se sueña. Hace todo que pueda para que se salga adelante.
More about Abby:
In an interview with Gill Andrews, Abby talks about what being a therapist is like and gives tips on how to keep your mind healthy.
This interview on Nutrition Instinct covers what to expect when you first call Abby for therapy.
“I consider it a privilege when my clients let me into their lives. I find no greater reward than seeing them get better.”