Gwendolyn has worked with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities for over 20 years. In her clinical work, Gwendolyn specializes in assisting those with developmental and intellectual disabilities with an emphasis on autism.
As part of her practice, Gwendolyn works to facilitate social learning and create a space for emotional healing. Although Gwendolyn has trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and in the Post-Modernism Modalities, she takes an integrated approach when working with clients. Her framework stems from Person-Centered Therapy and Humanism.
Gwendolyn holds a Bachelors Degree in Human Services and Management as has two Master’s Degrees, an MS and an MA in the field of Psychology. She is working towards licensure as a clinical psychologist in her Psy.D. program at Antioch University in Seattle. Similarly, she completed her Ph.D. in Psychology with an emphasis in Research and Evaluations in 2016. Professionally, Gwendolyn has published a number of articles in peer-reviewed journals and has presented on intellectual and developmental disabilities internationally and is a member of multiple professional organizations.