Dominique grew up in the DMV area and received her undergraduate degree in psychology from St. Mary’s Honors College of Maryland. She is completing her Master’s degree in clinical psychology at Loyola University Maryland. Throughout her undergraduate and graduate career Dominique has pursued research opportunities ranging from racial identity, trauma, childhood/adolescence development, and racial socialization. Through these research experiences, she has had various opportunities to connect with multiple racial backgrounds in inpatient and outpatient environments. Her clinical approaches include psychoanalysis, interpersonal and humanistic approaches.Dominique is passionate about her work with clients and strives to increase their daily functioning and overall life. Her compassion for providing support through clinical work motivates her to seek new opportunities with different communities.
Zakiyyah Ibrahim is an intern at Mind & Soul Telewellness and a master’s student for Clinical Professional Counseling at Loyola University, Maryland. She is from Freetown, Sierra Leone, and recieved her bachelor’s at Rutgers University in 2020, double majoring in psychology and sociology. Zakiyyah’s clinical interests stem from her experience growing up in a country post-civil war, and is keen on working with clients of color, youth populations, and clients with neurodivergent backgrounds. Zakiyyah is also planning on pursuing a doctorate and conducting research regarding sensory disorders, POC populations, and representation in psychology. Her clinical approach includes psychodynamic and humanistic theory, but is also interested in integrating holistic, traditional approaches. She is elated to be an intern and expand her clinical expertise, as well as help clients on their mental and spiritual journeys!