Stefan is a full-time clinician at CAPS, and his office is located on the Redstone Campus. Stefan received his MSW from Smith College School for Social Work in 2019, a clinical social work program grounded in a psychodynamic perspective. Stefan also holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Washington. His clinical experience is rooted in wilderness therapy, and community mental health, where he worked primarily with adolescents and young adults in immersive, dynamic contexts. These experiences have shaped Stefan’s clinical practice to be relational, trauma-focused, and self-aware. His clinical orientation is also informed by theoretical concepts that investigate issues of power, privilege, and identity. Stefan holds particular clinical and intellectual interest in narrative therapy, intersectional feminism, racial trauma, and psychodynamic theory.
- MSW, Smith College School for Social Work
- BA, Comparative Literature, University of Washington