Ms. Musk completed her education and training at Boston University where she obtained a masters degree in Clinical Social Work. She has experience working with clients ranging from school aged throughout young adulthood, as well as providing parents with parenting education. Her work experience includes providing assessment and individual, group and family therapy to adolescents placed at an intensive trauma treatment residential facility, assisting in assessments for forensic evaluations in a hospital setting and providing individual therapy in a school settings. Ms. Musk also has experience facilitating groups for children with trauma related disorders and other behavioral and emotional disturbances. Ms. Musk's clinical interests include the neurological affects of trauma, the treatment of children and adolescents who have experienced significant interpersonal trauma, adolescents suffering from anxiety and depression and providing family treatment for families with teens struggling with significant emotional and behavioral difficulties.