Mon to Fri: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Specializing in Imposter Syndrome, Minority Women and Immigrant Mental Health, Anxiety & Depression, Corporate Wellness, Clinical Supervision.
Delphine believes that “BREAKTHROUGH” begins with self and continues with the guidance and support of others. As an EMDR-trained therapist, she approaches her work with individuals and organizations using a trauma-focused, trauma-informed lens.
Her over twenty years of experience evolved from early childhood and adolescent counseling to adult mental health therapy; it also includes elderly community-based intervention services, employment referrals services, non-profit leadership and management, faith-based intervention/prevention services. In the course of her profession she has worked in academia as an adjunct professor, dean of school culture and climate and a state certified school social worker.
As a corporate trainer, she specializes in presenting on imposter syndrome, mindfulness in the workplace, and emotional intelligence, among other topics. Delphine is of Haitian heritage and speaks Haitian-Creole as a second language speaks and offers counseling in Haitian-Creole.
We offer flexible counseling hours with evenings and some weekends availability.