Anna Constantino-Pettit graduated with her Masters in Social Work from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. Anna also attended Washington University as an undergraduate, where she majored in both Drama and Anthropology. Since graduate school, Anna has spent the majority of her time participating in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) consultation teams while working with mothers who have infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Through this work, Anna has developed a passion and clinical background in attachment, trauma, grief, and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She pulls heavily from DBT – in particular, Mindfulness and Emotion Regulation strategies – in all her work with clients and has completed trainings on trauma treatment for PTSD in adolescents and adults. As a member of the post-graduate fellowship program at STLCFD, Anna will provide DBT to adolescents and adults and she is a member of STLCFD’s DBT consultation team. In her spare time, Anna can usually be found running around after her two equally adorable and trouble-making Pointer pups, and she loves any excuse to get out in nature.