Asha Ragin, PhD || TBCC Clinical Director
Asha joined Trinity Boston Connects in July 2015 as the Associate Clinical Director of the Trinity Boston Counseling Center and then became clinical director in November 2019. Asha helps oversee the quality of clinical work, provide supervision for staff and/or trainees, maintain individual therapy caseload, and assist in maintaining and supporting community-based contracts. Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Asha is a graduate of Kenyon College and the Eastern Virginia Medical School Graduate Art Therapy Program. Asha’s passion for holistic and culturally relevant mental health care led her to study clinical psychology to the Fuller School of Psychology in Pasadena, California, where she researched race, spirituality, mental health, and youth violence prevention programs. Her clinical psychology internship brought her to Boston University’s Danielsen Institute. As a Massachusetts licensed psychologist, Asha has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma, and bereavement/grief & loss within the context of cultural and spiritual/religious identities. Asha loves spending time with family and enjoys all aspects of the arts, especially dancing. She has founded and led liturgical worship dance ministries in Massachusetts and Ohio.
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