sade adeeyo is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor and social justice worker. She has psychotherapy experience with adolescents and adults with diverse racial, ethnic, class, gender, and sexual identities. Rooted in Humanistic Psychology, sade’s approach to care is person-centered, collaborative, and of the fundamental belief that we are experts of our own lived experiences and can access healing. Grounded in a high level of empathy, you can expect nonjudgemental, trauma-informed, compassionate, straightforward guidance and feedback from sade, who takes care to build trust and authenticity in the therapeutic alliance.
She received her clinical training at an outpatient treatment facility providing individual and group therapy where she gained experience in substance abuse treatment, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and mindfulness interventions. She’s also provided clinical case management and residential support for women survivors of trauma and housing instability.
sade’s clinical interest areas include identity, relationships, trauma, spirituality, intimacy, anxiety, depression, stress management, and addiction. In addition to working in private practice, sade is a school-based clinician where she supports high school students and their caretakers across a continuum of care.

MA Mental Health Counseling/New York University
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