Reshma earned her Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) from Boston College with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health. Prior to her Master’s, she received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Rutgers University. During these years, Reshma has worked with people of different ages and diverse backgrounds to help improve mental health and achieve healthier lifestyles through evidence-based practice. Through her clinical work, Reshma seeks to promote and advocate for self-empowerment, social justice, and individual integrity by understanding how people influence our outside world, and how our world influences us.
Reshma’s clinical experience includes working in a partial hospital unit with teenagers (New Jersey), in-home therapy with children with autism and developmental disorders at the Marcus Autism Center (Georgia), young adults with developmental disorders (Boston), and as leader of social skills group therapy (Boston). Further, Reshma has experience in the biotechnology field as patient advocate (Boston), home health care program manager (Georgia), and as a classroom teacher (American Samoa).
Reshma specializes in working with children, teens, and adults who suffer from ADHD, anxiety, depression, loss, substance abuse, mood disorders, attachment disorders, autism and developmental disorders. Reshma uses a wide range of techniques such as art, play, and mindfulness to help you and/or your child attain and practice skills to improve your quality of life and overall well-being.