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Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Mercedes Samudio, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist, parent coach, speaker, and bestselling author who helps parents and children communicate with each other, manage emotional trauma, navigate social media and technology together, and develop healthy parent-child relationships. Mercedes is an adjunct professor at Chapman University and Pepperdine University where she teaches psychology, diagnosis of mental illness, and multicultural counseling. She is an accomplished speaker who explores topics such as parenting identity development, multicultural counseling, and developing a clinical identity. Mercedes started the #EndParentShaming movement as well as coined the term Shame-Proof Parenting – using both to bring awareness to ending parent shame. You can read more about her parenting expertise at http://shameproofparenting.com.
Khadijah T Washington
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Khadijah T Washington is a licensed therapist in Virginia and Maryland with over 15 years of experience working in trauma, emotional authenticity, relationship reimagining and health and self healing modalities . In 2020, she published her memoir, REAL Radical Empathic Acceptance of Life, where she shares her experience around trauma, loss, and healing. Khadijah is the founder of the REAL Healing Center and she provides tele-therapy, clinical supervision and serves as a behavioral health consultant around trauma and resilience. Khadijah is currently featured in the Adverse Childhood Events Campaign with Richmond Behavioral Health. She believes in the power of storytelling as the foundation of healing.
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC)
Supervision is usually the last step in a lengthy process aimed at licensure and the ability to work independently. It only makes sense to get the best possible supervision to get you ready to not only pass your licensing exam but also gain valuable hands on experience helping clients achieve their goals. I have worked in a number of settings, including as a technician in a medical detox facility, team leader in an Intensive Outpatient Program for co-occuring disorders and now as a therapist in a private practice. Did you know you can apply your supervised hours toward licensure as both an LPC and CSAC? Basically earning 2 licenses for the cost of one. If you’re ready to start, contact me and let’s see if we’re a good match.
Dr. Vinita Menon
Clinical and School Psychologist
Lifelong learning is the cornerstone for a successful professional. Dr. Menon can provide formal clinical supervision for graduate students, post-doctoral students and peer supervision for working professionals. These confidential, individual sessions provide an opportunity for didactic teaching, reflecting on the therapeutic process, case conceptualization, reviewing therapeutic techniques, strategies, and theoretical frameworks. https://mythrivecollective.com/meet-dr-vinita-menon/
Christina (Christy) Reichert
As a therapist, I work with professional women who have chronic pain and/or chronic illnesses, many of whom have experienced some combination of being ignored, misdiagnosed, and gaslighted. I’m passionate about raising awareness of how ableism, sexism, racism, fatphobia, and various other systems of oppression affect our clients and about inspiring therapists to actively work to dismantle those systems. When our clients tell us this is happening, we need to believe them. If you’re also passionate about dismantling systems of oppression, we could be a good fit for supervision. I’m a feminist therapist, which means that I believe the personal is political and that I’m committed to identifying power imbalances—and eliminating them whenever possible. I’m an eclectic therapist, taking what works from several modalities and leaving the rest.
I’m a bisexual cis woman, and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I’m an extrovert who loves most events where there’s food. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve watched The Golden Girls all the way through, and I don’t know what I would have done without them in the early days of the pandemic. I’m a night owl, and I wilt in the heat—which I define as anything above 70 degrees. I’m an adult third culture kid (TCK) who grew up in Thailand (I did a lot of wilting in the heat as a child!), so I’m deeply familiar with the push-pull of needing frequent change and adventure while also longing for the comfort and stability of a home I never had.