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stacia turner/
clinical student intern

Stacia (they/them/theirs) has worked as a community organizer, environmental policy advocate, and birth doula before pursuing a career in mental health. Stacia brings these diverse skills and experiences to their counseling approach and prioritizes client advocacy and empowerment. Stacia works from a trauma-informed care model, and centers the goals and perspectives of each unique client.  Stacia has a holistic counseling perspective heavily informed by Black Feminist and Humanistic Theories. They fiercely believe that each client is the expert of their own circumstance and pathway to healing, and Stacia sees their therapeutic role as an empathic witness, advocate, and facilitator. They are passionate about facilitating creative approaches to each client's therapy goals.


Stacia has a special interest in serving the LGBTQ+ community, neurodivergent clients, and clients in their perinatal (pregnant and postpartum) period. Stacia believes that therapy should be an empowering and self-directed process and they are eager to walk alongside you on your healing journey. Stacia is supervised by Crystal Joseph. Find Stacia in the Maryland office for virtual and in-person sessions.

We all had to start somewhere.

PsycYourMind® is committed to the training and experiential learning of up-and-coming therapists.

The graduate level internship is an integral part of the counseling academic and clinical training experience. Counseling and Clinical Mental Health graduate students are required to have over 700 hours of clinical training time before graduation.


Thereafter, another 3500+ hour residency commences with 100 hours of supervision. An approved clinical supervisor (Crystal Joseph, LCPC, LPC, ACS) manages all cases, conducting weekly supervision to help guide theoretical application. Please use Contact form if you have questions regarding sliding scale and insurances. Those with Maryland Medicaid are not allowed to be seen by Clinical Student Interns. Please consider these factors before requesting an appointment.

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