Arminda is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with experience providing individual, family, and group therapy services. She focuses on the strengths, resilience, and intuition of individuals to support the unique goals of each client and relationship. Committed to building strong therapeutic rapport to support effective collaborative work, she strives to empower individuals to share and explore their own stories and experiences. Safety, validation, authenticity, humor, and flexibility are qualities that she brings to the therapeutic space.
Arminda has worked with clients with diagnoses of ASD, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD. She has also supported individuals and families in exploring gender identity and processing experiences of systemic injustice. She is open to applying her respectful and person-centered approach to a broad range of identities and experiences.
Outside of work, Arminda likes to read, write, drink tea, and spend time with her loved ones.