Our Mission

The mission of Healing with Trust Therapy, LLC  is to build trusting relationships with our clients and facilitate mental healing, while specializing in culturally competent practices for clients of Caribbean descent and clients of Color.  

“Building Trust, Healing Minds”

Our team

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tamara leroy-london

LICSW

Tamara Leroy-London is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in the state of Massachusetts. She received her bachelors degree in psychology from Regis College, and received her masters degree in social work from Simmons University. Tamara enjoys working with adolescents and adults and specializes in matters related to depression and anxiety through individual and group therapy. She is passionate about supporting underserved, urban communities and brings a cultural competent lens to the work she does as she is a first generation Haitian-American, and is fluent in Haitian Creole. She works full time in a community health center, and founded a small virtual group practice, Healing with Trust Therapy, in 2020. For self care, Tamara enjoys watching Netflix, eating ice cream, and spending time with her husband and two small children or friends. 

Education:

  • Bachelors of Psychology, Regis College

  • Masters of Social Work, Simmons University

Certifications:

  • EMDR Trained

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JENNIFER SHIIBA

LICSW

I am an Asian-American (Nisei Japanese) licensed independent clinical social worker invested in exploring psycho-social-spiritual healing practices that work for you. My style is rooted in consistency and honesty. I value curiosity, reflection, creativity and humor as pathways of connection and collaboration. In sessions, I invite clients to co-create an open, liberated space for their wellness and mental health journeys. I approach individual therapy differently for each person and believe you know your life best! My role is to guide you through your own processes of self-discovery and growth opportunities that resonate with you.

I aim to offer an integrative approach within an anti-oppressive framework, rooted in social justice and culturally-responsive/affirming practice tailored to meet your needs. I utilize an intersectional lens to understand how anxiety, depression, stress and trauma-related concerns are impacted by systems of oppression. I am passionate about serving 2SLGBTQIA+ gender diverse people and communities of color, and attuned to how racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism and social stigma are experienced by individuals navigating the world. I look forward to connecting to see if we would be a good fit!

Education:

  • Bachelors of Art in Women's Studies & Speech/Communicology, University of Hawaii 

  • Masters of Social Work, Simmons University

Certifications:

  • Certificate in Urban Leadership, Simmons University 

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LEAH COBURN

LICSW

Leah Coburn is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and Certified Grief Counselor. She identifies as a white female and uses she, her, hers pronouns. Leah provides trauma informed cognitive and behavioral health therapy for adults across the lifespan. Much of her clinical work has been providing individual and group therapy in a healthcare setting to a diverse population for both short and long term therapy. She has experience working with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, insomnia, grief and loss, coping with chronic illness, life transitions, and aging wellness. Leah takes a holistic approach to care while incorporating evidenced based therapy techniques such as mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy. She encourages feedback and collaboration throughout the therapy process. Leah’s approach is trauma informed, authentic, and thoughtful. 

Education:

  • Bachelor of Art in Psychology, Emmanuel College 

  • Masters of Social Work, Simmons University

Certifications:

  • Certificate in grief counseling