Who we are.
Asé Therapy and Services approaches mental health with the idea that if there is a will to change, then change will happen. Our practice aims to give our clients the power and knowledge they need to create change in their lives.
In addition to therapy, we offer support groups, professional development, training and education for corporations and non-profits, internship opportunities for pre-licensed and Master’s level students, and clinical supervision for MFTs in Maryland and Social Workers in DC.
We listen to you.
We value you.
We work with you.
Asé Therapy & Services aims to provide inclusive, professional, and compassionate care to folks experiencing life challenges and transitions. We believe that there is power to change in all of us and we are committed to helping people seize that power.
Individual and Family Therapist
Samina (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia and Virginia; she has over a decade of experience working with families and individuals in a variety of clinical settings. She completed her Master’s in Community Counseling at Argosy University and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Cognitive Psychology and Psychology from the University of Virginia.
Samina is passionate about working alongside youth, families, and individuals with purpose and respect. She aims to guide families and individuals as they navigate difficult challenges, ease emotional burdens, and engage in self-expression and reflection. Samina works to create a space where one can be their authentic self in order to embark on a meaningful journey of healing and growth.
Individual and Family Therapist
Kalphria (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Individual Clinical Social Worker in the District of Columbia who has had over seven years providing clinical services in trauma-informed settings. She has obtained a Master’s in Social Work, Clinical Track from the University of Maryland-Baltimore and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and minor in Sociology from the Florida State University.
Kalphria seeks to hold space for individuals on the path to healing from trauma, violence, systemic oppression, abuse, and grief and loss. She is passionately committed to working with marginalized groups to address inequalities in race, gender, sexual identity and sexual orientation.
Founder and Therapist
Michelle (she/her/hers) is a licensed couple and family therapist based out of Baltimore, Maryland. She received her Master’s in Couple and Family Therapy. People who work with Michelle describe her as compassionate, funny, and knowledgeable.
Michelle has over 6 years of experience providing counseling to couples, families, and individuals. Michelle has specialized training in supporting people who are seeking pre-marital support/therapy, folks who have experienced trauma, attachment issues in families and couples, and families with adolescents. Michelle approaches therapy using techniques that help clients learn coping skills, grow beyond old patterns, improve health, change relationships, and deepen sense of self. Michelle’s lived experiences as a Black woman, wife, and mother aide in her ability to help clients.