Sloan earned a Master of Social Work from Hunter University where she specialized in working with children and parents. She has additional training in Perinatal Mental Health and trauma work. Prior to working in private practice, Sloan worked in a preschool supporting children and parents in and out of the classroom. She also worked in positions providing therapy to parents and children in both a state-subsidized clinic and a child welfare agency.

Using an approach grounded in psychodynamic work, Sloan collaborates with clients to identify the source and extent of their most impactful challenges. She guides clients in working through the past, present, and future of their obstacles. Sloan also works from an attachment perspective, helping the client understand how the quality of their relationships impacts their functioning and what they can do to both bolster their supportive relationships and uphold boundaries around others. Sloan specializes in working with family dynamics by working with specific parts of the family system, such as parents as a unit, dynamically with a parent and a child together, and individually with children/adolescents or mothers/prospective mothers (focusing on maternal or perinatal mental health).

Sloan’s work is based on the premise that her relationship with each client provides the foundation for a warm and attuned space where reflection and vulnerability can help a person grow.

Sloan Post, LMSW

We equip parents with the tools to truly understand the building blocks of child development and how secure relationships form and thrive.

With this knowledge, parents are able to develop their own personal parenting frameworks so they can respond confidently and effectively to any challenge that comes along, resulting in families that are healthier, calmer, and more connected with one another.