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Leigh Rzepecki, LCSW, CADC


Education & Certification:

 Masters Degree in Social Work, Loyola University of Chicago
 Bachelors of Arts in Communication/Public Relations,
University of Dayton – Dayton, Ohio 

Licensure & Certification:

LCSW – Licensed Clinical Social Worker  
CADC – Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor
NEDA – Trained Facilitator, The Body Project


Leigh is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at 360º Wellness & Coaching who believes that everyone can benefit from therapy. The opportunity to treat individuals at higher levels of care has provided Leigh with a rich experience in helping others reduce problematic behaviors and increase healthier strategies for living. Leigh’s work with individuals is built on values-based treatment, which means that she works closely with individuals to establish what is most important to them and how to move closer to those things in their lives. This helps to provide momentum for the work in therapy from the very beginning.

Leigh works with adults and adolescents who are experiencing challenges in life adjustments and/or transitions as well as behaviors that have become problematic. These might include challenging life transitions, disordered eating patterns, anxiety escalation, mood instability, and family relational challenges. She also works with families of those experiencing these circumstances. Leigh has certification as a substance abuse specialist and extensive training in the treatment of eating disorders.

Group therapy is one of Leigh’s deep passions. She believes that the group members learn best from one another. The universality of the group provides hope and encouragement for all, a reminder we are not alone and that we don’t need to do this work on our own.

Areas of clinical expertise include:

Disordered Eating Patterns:

–Binge Eating
–Compulsive Overeating
–Emotional Eating
–Night Eating
–Compensatory Behaviors
–Restrictive Behaviors

Mood Fluctuation Patterns
Women’s Reproductive Mental Health
Substance Use and Process Addictions
Avoidant Behaviors
Life Transitions and Adjustments
Stress management
Relationship Challenges
Body Image

Therapeutic Approaches:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Psychodynamic Therapy