Clinical Mental Health Counseling Intern (Trainee)
Dawn joins Rise as a Clinical Intern as she completes her second Masters degree at Wright State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a focus on Grief and Trauma. Her background as an educator and author led to her desire and decision to work with teen girls and women of color from a therapeutic standpoint to help them heal. Dawn holds a Bachelor’s in Education and Masters in Human Services.
In addition to her educational pursuits and current work as an educator in the classroom, Dawn is currently an Associate Minister, published author, and founder for Girls Empowered and Mentored for Success (G.E.M.S.); an educational and success tool for women and teen girls.
Dawn hopes to build long lasting therapeutic relationships and community partnerships to help create a better world. She is focused on uplifting, celebrating, enhancing, and empowering teens and women though their journey together. In addition to individual therapy, Dawn will provide weekly group counseling as well for teens and young adult women utilizing the Fill my Cup curriculum to help young women find their purpose . She is accepting new clients and working under the supervision of De’Asia L. Thompson, LISW-S and Donna Tromski-Klingshirn, Ph.D., LPCC-S.
If you are interested in attending an online Grief Support group with Dawn, check out the groups page for details.
Dawn sees clients part-time Monday mornings, Wednesday afternoon/evening, and Thursday mornings. To get on her calendar click the button below.