About My Clients
Mariah is an integrative psychotherapist. Her private practice seeks to serve communities that have been historically and systemically oppressed. Through working to decolonize her mind and work, she hopes to provide anti-oppressive and liberatory therapy services. They emphasize serving the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Communities through individual, couples/relational, and group therapy.
My Background and Approach
Mariah is a cis woman of color and the daughter of an immigrant. She is completing her Master’s degree in Psychology at Seattle University where they utilize a philosophical framework. With her therapeutic presence Mariah hopes to foster a collaborative environment where people are able to show up authentically and reclaim their agency. She will use a liberatory and integrative approach to therapy and is interested in working with people who occupy minority identities. She hopes to create a consciousness around healing that trickles into intrapersonal relationships and throughout communities.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
MEND Seattle values intersectional feminism and liberatory practices as a guide in our work of building a dynamic social justice mental health organization. We are committed to consistent critical thinking, reflection, and understanding of how systemic power structures work on us to shape our intrapsychic lives, our interpersonal relationships, and MEND’s institutional realities. We believe that critical social theory and an anti-oppressive lens are essential tools to personal and collective transformation. As a team, we aim to center our QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) voices and needs in the community.