Mattie Cummins, LCSW, is a social worker / journey coach who specializes in helping people with neuro-issues and anxiety find their next best life. She has over 20 years experience working with people with varying neuro-diversity symptoms and specializes in the grief/loss process, adjustments to life changes and coping with anxiety. Through brain education, assessing function, and helping people understand how their own personal "stuff" affects their relationships and their lives, she empowers people to find their new normal and make it their own!
Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury
Post Concussive Surgery
Chronic Pain & Chronic Health Issues
Functional analysis of neuro & cognitive needs and plan of action
Family coaching related to neuro-diverse symptoms
Planning & Support
Long-term planning and support
Disability application and review
Resource location assistance
Understanding of disability systems planning
Thinking Out Loud
LIVE and on-demand classes and discussions around living with anxiety, brain injury and other issues that affect your ability to live your best life..
New classes coming soon. Chat with us for more information.
After three brain surgeries, I experienced a HUGE drop in confidence, vision challenges, and lots of fear around my tumor growing back. I worked with Mattie to process through letting go of "I'm a brain tumor patient" and I'm stuck with no idea of how to get unstuck. Her counsel, insight, kindness, and resources helped me have a fresh outlook, I’ve landed my dream job, and I'm full of hope- something I haven't felt in over a decade!
Mattie provided the guidance I needed for a journey I didn’t even know I was on. I thought anxiety was just something I had to live with. I didn’t know that I could control my thoughts and my reactions. Her ability to help me make sense of my brain and my experiences, and provide the tools I needed, has made such a difference in my day-to-day life.