Owner of WolffMann Wellness
Hi. I’m Renelle Wolff, the therapist behind WolffMann Wellness.
I am a clinical social worker and licensed therapist. I provide individual therapy and new parent workshops online for people residing in the District of Columbia, Florida, Texas and Virginia. I have a decade of clinical experience in working with all sorts of individuals from different walks of life.
Above all, I believe in entering into our relationship with compassion, empathy, and humanness. I’m not here to judge you, no matter what you’ve been through or what you tell me. Life is hard, and we're all just doing our best.
I believe in keeping it real with my clients. I will always show up to our sessions together as my best, genuine self, and I’ll never try to be someone that I’m not or pretend that I always know what's best for you.
You are the expert on your own life. My role is to be your partner in your healing journey.
Our therapeutic work together will be based on the work that you've already done in your life. You know yourself best. You already have so many strengths, whether you're aware of them or not. I will maintain a deep respect for that throughout our work together.
My private practice is founded upon decades of clinical experience with parents. For years, I worked as a medical social worker in the Neonatal Instinctive Care Unit at Broward Health, a hospital in South Florida. I supported parents going through things like premature birth, pregnancy loss, and early infant loss. I started and co-facilitated a support group (alongside a RN lactation consultant) to help families going through difficult births ( like stillborn or premature births). I’ve worked with countless families going through pregnancy loss and early child loss. I also served as the Clinical Director of a foster care agency and a Drug Court Therapist within Child Protective Services.
No parent should have to go through painful experiences, but many do. I have built my career working with parents of all kinds, even those going through unimaginable grief. I hope to bring this experience and expertise to you in my private practice.
On top of being a therapist, I’m also a wife and a mom to two young children. That’s why one of my main passions is helping other new parents, especially new mothers and parents, adjust to this meaningful, but stressful, time in life.
Becoming a parent was one of the most impactful decisions I’ve ever made, but that doesn’t mean that I’m not allowed to struggle with it sometimes.
Let's be real: parenthood and marriage is not easy. I get it. I've been there and I am there. I'm here to hold space for you to explore your experiences with gentleness and non-judgment.
My specialties as a therapist include:
Some of the therapy methods I use to work with my clients are:
I consider myself a lifelong learner. I'm constantly seeking new training so that I can always bring my best self to partner with you in your healing. I'm a big believer in evidence-based methods; I want to be sure that the methods I use are actually going to help you. I'm currently studying the Gottman Method for Couple's Therapy.
On top of being a therapist, I am also a new parent educator and parenting workshop facilitator. I use an evidence-based curriculum called Bringing Baby Home, based on decades of research done by The Gottman Institute. You can learn more about my workshops here.
Barry University: Master of Social Work
West Virginia University: Bachelor's of Science,
Child Development and Family Studies
LICSW in District of Columbia: LC200001205
LCSW in Florida: SW 12650
LCSW in Texas: 61016
LCSW in Virginia: 0904012441