Akia Grace is a psychology associate licensed in Washington, DC. She utilizes an insight-oriented/psychodynamic approach in therapy. Her clinical interests are in complex trauma, interpersonal and attachment difficulties, sexual identity, spirituality, and group dynamics. Akia has a particular interest in the intersection of sexuality, spirituality, and trauma amongst Black women. Akia empowers her clients to grow and heal by gaining insight, developing self-compassion, and embracing authenticity.
Akia received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Howard University and Master of Psychology from The George Washington University. Akia has acquired a range of clinical training in both therapy and assessment within a variety of settings including middle/high schools, college counseling centers, community mental health, and psychiatric hospitals. Akia received post-graduate training in group therapy, including completion of the National Group Psychotherapy Institute at the Washington School of Psychiatry and has facilitated interpersonal process, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and skills-based groups.
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