Camille is in their third year of training at Widener University's Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology and is pursuing a dual masters degree in Human Sexuality. Camille received her bachelor’s from Johns Hopkins University where she double majored in Psychology and Sociology. Camille has previous experience working as an individual and group therapist in an inpatient behavioral health setting using a trauma informed model. They are interested in anti-oppressive practice and the ways it imforms therapy and the therapeutic relationship. Camille approaches therapy from an integrative perspective that focuses on meeting the individual needs of clients and understanding the systems in which they are located in order to help them achieve wellness.