Geneva Graham, MSSW, LSWAIC
Anxiety, Depression, Life Transitions, LBGTQI, Trauma/Growth, Mindfulness, Body Connection,
Relationships, Sexual Trauma, Domestic Violence, and Grief/Loss.
Geneva believes we build strength through connection. She offers a collective strengths-based
approach to understanding yourself through exploration, self-discovery, and meaning making.
In a trauma informed, inclusive environment, Geneva creates a safe space where you can
discover your strengths and resilience, build skills, and create strategies to facilitate growth and
Geneva has worked with diverse populations of individuals who have or are currently
experiencing trauma and or navigating life transitions, ranging from teens, 13 and older, to
adults. Additionally, she has facilitated numerous trauma informed support and evidence-based parenting groups. Geneva has her undergraduate degree, with a concentration in reproductive health, from Fairhaven College at Western Washington University. After completing her undergraduate degree, Geneva went on to obtain her Master of Science in Social Work degree from the University of Louisville.
In her downtime, Geneva enjoys riding bikes, knitting and sewing, doing yoga, playing outside
on the trails and in the garden, and spending time with her cats.
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