Olivia Sterling is an Afro-Latina Licensed Clinical Social Worker that specializes in providing culturally sensitive, holistic therapy across diverse populations. In her work, Olivia utilizes a variety of therapeutic modalities and evidence-based practices, including: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness.
Olivia’s background consists of providing individual, group, and family therapy to children and adolescents living in Residential Treatment Centers. She has also served as a Forensic Social Worker to incarcerated individuals and their families. Olivia has created and developed community-based programs to promote youth empowerment and education, in communities of color and for LGBTQ+ persons.
Olivia has a strong clinical background in assisting people living with chronic and advanced illnesses with their end-of-life care. Her expertise lies in supporting those dealing with anxiety and/or depression in their life transitions and/or grief and bereavement. While she comes to the practice with a wealth of clinical knowledge and training, she is most interested in providing an open heart and mind to those seeking transformative experiences and emotional healing.