Jacinda (she/her) is a registered psychology associate under the supervision of Dr. Whitney Hobson. She is currently working toward her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Loyola University Maryland. Jacinda has experience providing therapy to adults in outpatient university counseling centers and in community mental health centers. Jacinda is dedicated to developing a meaningful connection with each of her clients, such that she facilitates an empowering, affirming, and understanding therapeutic environment. Her therapeutic orientation is integrative, drawing on ACT, interpersonal process, and psychodynamic approaches. Jacinda’s clinical interests include racial and LGBTQIA+ identity development and stress, self-esteem, couples/relationship issues, perfectionism, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, trauma, and depression.
BA, University of California, Los Angeles (psychology)
MS, Loyola University Maryland (clinical psychology)
Doctoral coursework, Loyola University Maryland (clinical psychology)