Gail Quenneville, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has announced the opening of her private practice specializing in outpatient psychotherapy. She lives and works locally, and is committed to helping individuals, families, businesses and communities move forward.
Quenneville brings 30 years of clinical experience which includes work with cancer patients and their families as a member of the Association of Oncology Social Workers.
She works with combat PTSD and trauma including Holocaust survivors and is recognized by The Southern Poverty Law Center for contributions to promote justice.
Quenneville’s work with trauma survivors, including those who have lost a child at any age, helps clients lead productive and happier lives despite strife and adversity. A certified Divorce Mediator, Quenneville helps families go through separation and divorce as they transition to their new roles of being and having co-parents, and consults with family lawyers. She co-founded the fourth therapeutic preschool in the country and conducts treatment via the parents as a modality aimed to help parents work with their children’s behaviors.
She also provides individual, family, partner, and marital and group therapies.
She has facilitated women’s psychotherapy and support, depression, bereavement, LGBTQ teen, teens of LGBTQ parents, men’s support, combat- and noncombat-related PTSD groups.
Quenneville has been a clinical supervisor and consultant in residential treatment centers, psychiatric hospitals, and community mental health clinics. She taught clinical and ethics courses at the University of Michigan School of Social Work and to graduate students in the combined law, public health and business school programs.
She was a consultant to The Ann Arbor Public School District, assisting with disparities, and provides business and educational consultations aimed to improve a team’s approach.
Quenneville is accepting new clients and most insurances. She can be reached at 302-604-5511. Her office is located at 19606 Coastal Highway in Rehoboth.