Clinical Program Manager
“My true passion is to offer people a safe, empathic space for self-discovery, growth, and empowerment. It is my hope to provide compassionate, trauma-sensitive support that allows for each person to explore their strengths and use them to promote healing and peace in all aspects of their life.”
Arielle is passionate about working with adults and adolescents who are coping with the impact of trauma, complicated grief and bereavement, serious life transitions, anxiety, and depression. Arielle specializes in offering a supportive space to individuals diagnosed with chronic and terminal illnesses, as well as their caregivers.
- Psychodynamic Therapy
- Body-Based Approaches
- Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
- Strengths-Based Therapy
- Intersectional Approaches
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Arielle has practiced various forms of yoga for 13 years, including vinyasa, kundalini, yin, and restorative yoga, and is in the process of obtaining her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification.
Arielle has attended postgraduate workshops on healing trauma through mind and body-based interventions. Arielle has completed training in trauma-sensitive yoga and has obtained her first degree of Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki.
She has written on numerous mental health subjects, including “Self-Care for Caregivers.”
Arielle graduated with her Master in Social Work, specialization in Clinical Behavioral Health, from the University of Maryland Baltimore’ School of Social Work. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with a minor in Women and Gender Studies centering on intersectionality theory, from Virginia Tech.
If you would like to contact Arielle, you can reach her via email.