Postgraduate Therapists

Giselle Garcia, MSW, LCSW, is a postgraduate therapist whose work centers on creating a safe place in which diverse and complex stories can be held. She brings awareness and insight into what shapes us into who we are, with a particular curiosity about what happens when we share ourselves with another. Giselle draws upon relational, narrative, and cognitive behavioral techniques to help children, adolescents and adults work through life experiences. She specializes in working with survivors of trauma and childhood abuse.
Becky Jenkins, MSW, LCSW, is a postgraduate therapist who works with adolescents and adults as they navigate complex areas of life involving trauma, identity, profound loss and change. Becky holds an inquisitive space for storytelling and collaboration that honors all parts of ourselves. Drawing upon a psychodynamic background and feminist-relational model, she recognizes the significance of the therapeutic relationship and its role in building confidence, experiencing connectedness, and discovering resiliency. 
Te’Aira Malone, LCPC, ICDVP, is postgraduate therapist committed to understanding and treating complex childhood trauma and its lasting impact on children, adolescents and adults. Throughout her career as a therapist and clinical supervisor, she has been an agent of change. Te’Aira supports her client’s resiliency and growth, fostering relationships that create trust, safety and healing.
Anne West, MA, LCSW, is a post-graduate fellow who works with adults exploring identity, trauma, and life transitions. Anne believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship to collaboratively make meaning, hold complex emotions, and foster growth. She integrates psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and mindfulness practices in her work, and with warmth and steadiness, works to foster a safe space to explore inner wisdom.
Megan Wickman, MSW, LCSW, accompanies adults and adolescents through complicated and traumatic life events, relationships challenges, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, and identity exploration. She cultivates empowerment and growth by helping individuals build self confidence and gain a stronger sense of connection and community. Utilizing a feminist-relational approach, she affirms individuals’ dignities, honors mutuality and accountability in relationships and promotes insight, resiliency and self-care.