Hello, my name is Minda Streamer!
I am an Associate Clinical Social Worker with three years of experience providing individual and group therapy to a wide variety of people through various settings. I earned my Bachelors in American Indian Studies at UCLA and my Masters in Clinical Social Work through a Trauma Responsive program of study at the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice. I am also an enrolled member of the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeño Indians.
I am a passionate and empathetic therapist with a strong understanding of interpersonal and familial relationships, trauma, and cultural humility. My past work includes working with clients who have experienced PTSD, gun violence, depression, anxiety, self harm, grief, and relationship conflicts. I am here to support those wanting to make a positive change in their lives through a compassionate, understanding, and non-judgmental perspective.
Providing a safe and supportive space to work through trauma and barriers is at the forefront of my philosophy. I am committed to listen with empathy and offer my best professional practices to help you. I am creative, kind, and like to use humor. You can count on my Whole Individual approach towards the rapport we will build.
Thank you for taking the first step and for allowing me to be part of your journey.
I look forward to meeting you!
MSW University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice, 2020 / BA American Indian Studies, UCLA 2018