Meet our Psychotherapist: 

Ebony Eromobor, MSW, LICSW

I've always had a passion for working in the mental health field. Growing up in the inner city, I recognized the detrimental effects that untreated mental illness and trauma  can have on individuals, families and communities. Having this insight, coupled with my awareness about the stigmatization of mental illness and treatment, particularly in communities of color, has been my driving force for becoming educated and trained to become a clinical practitioner. Given these points, I believe that the representation of BIPOC mental health practitioners is a catalyst for overcoming the stigma of mental illness and treatment in BIPOC communities.

I have been working in the field for several years, in a variety of different settings and with a broad spectrum of client systems. I have worked with individuals with severe mental illness and developmental disabilities. I am certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and also have training in narrative therapy, short-term therapy methods and systems theory methods. 

My goal is to create a therapeutic experience that is person-centered and trauma-informed. I believe that people are the experts of their lives and have the desire and ability to formulate solutions to their problems. I'll provide an atmosphere that is caring, warm and empathetic, as I walk alongside you on your journey towards healing, stability and growth. 

Education

Master of Social Work-Augsburg College. Minneapolis, MN. 2015

Bachelor of Science-Howard University, Washington, DC. 2011

Professional License

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)-Minnesota Board of Social Work. 2020

"I believe that the representation of BIPOC mental health practitioners is a catalyst for overcoming the stigma of mental illness and treatment in BIPOC communities. There can be a level of comfort that one feels when working with a provider that they feel share significant social identities and intersections with." 

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