Helodia Dastine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is familiar with persons who suffer from racial biases and prejudices and their challenges. She has helped those who have suffered from cognitive impairments, substance abuse, and mental illness while being members of the LGBTQAI community or the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) community experiencing sorrow and trauma.
She is a psychoanalyst who went to Fordham University where she obtained her Master of Social Work and completed post-graduate training at the Training Institute for Mental Health in New York City to learn more about the field of psychoanalysis. She is presently enrolled in a doctoral program at Simmons University in Leadership, Education, and Advanced Clinical Practice, emphasizing antiracism, diversity, and equity.
Her extensive experience, combined with cutting-edge training, allows her to offer clients a deeper understanding of themselves and their problems, practical solutions that last, and the skills to master their own life. She analyzes clients’ unconscious desires and identify their causes.
- Mercy college, BSW
- Fordham University, MSW
- Simmons College, DSW candidate
- MDMA Assisted Therapist
- National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
- American Psychological Association
Areas Helodia Can Work In:
- New York
- New Jersey