I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with 20+ years of experience in various social services roles. I have experience in international adoption, child welfare, school social work and managed care. I am passionate about working with adults experiencing intergenerational trauma and family dynamic issues.
My work is deeply rooted in my experience as a Black woman born and raised in No. California with strong ties to my familial Southern roots. I have a passion for promoting the importance of mental health in minority communities and providing safe spaces that promote connection, authenticity, and healing.
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The letters designate the individual's type and level of training. (Also, some people list independent certifications). In my case, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, licensed in California and Nevada. I earned a Master of Social Work, after completing my bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice.
When seeking mental health treatment, it is essential that you check the license status of your provider to make sure you are working with someone with adequate training and oversight. Some people call themselves "counselors" or "hypnotherapists" or "coaches" but are not licensed or regulated. You may verify a license via the California Department of Consumer Affairs.
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LCS #69666 (CA)
-National Board Member, Region XIII
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
-Chair- Solano County Mental Health Advisory Board