Elise McCoy, LMSW
Elise received her BA in psychology and sociology from Boston University in 2011 and her Master's of Social Work from the University of Michigan in 2012. She has experience in infant mental health, fertility education, early childhood education, service-oriented youth enrichment and parenting support programs. Her clinical interests include fertility awareness education, menstrual cycle health, and social, relational & identity issues during pregnancy and parenting.
In addition to providing counseling related to pregnancy and pregnancy loss, she teaches a fertility awareness program to women of (just about) all ages. As a Certified FEMM and teenFEMM Teacher, Elise teaches women from the pre-teen years through menopause about how their hormones, menstrual cycle, and design as females relate to their overall health and wholeness.
Elise also coordinates material support and educational programs for arborwoman health.