It all started when…
Linda (she/her) became aware of the need for integration and balance in her own story. As an immigrant from Nigeria, navigating the journey of identity entailed naming, questioning and reclaiming the multiple aspects of who she was. Having the space to discover the fullness of her identity was a powerfully transformative experience that led to Linda realizing that she wanted to continue offering that healing to herself and others.
Linda obtained her Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Louisville, Kentucky and a second Masters in Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. She combines interpersonal and psychodynamic theories with mind-body integrations and solution-focused brief intervention practices. Linda enjoys working with individual adults navigating through various cultural identities especially components of immigration, gender and religion.
For Linda, working with clients to remind and reconnect them to the resilience and support that is available internally and externally is an honor. She is accepting new clients.
Linda enjoys being a plant mommy and teaching herself to play piano. She is also trying to abstain from collecting too many eye shadow palettes.