Founder

Delphine Gervais, LCSW-QS

LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER – QUALIFIED SUPERVISOR
LICENSED IN THE STATES OF FLORIDA, NEW JERSEY & GEORGIA
SPECIALIZING IN IMPOSTER SYNDROME | MINORITY WOMEN & IMMIGRANT MENTAL HEALTH AND ASSESSMENTS | ANXIETY & DEPRESSION | CLINICAL SUPERVISION

Delphine believes that “BREAKTHROUGH” begins with self and continues with the guidance and support of others. As an EMDR-trained therapist, Delphine approaches her work with individuals and organizations using a trauma-focused, trauma-informed lens. Her nearly twenty years of experience include early childhood, adult and adolescent mental health counseling, elderly community-based intervention services, employment referrals services, non-profit program coordination and management, provision of intervention/prevention services in faith-based, adjunct faculty teaching, secondary education, library and medical settings, with emphasis on at-risk groups and minority populations.

Delphine also serves as a consultant to community agencies and businesses in contractual roles as a consultant. As a corporate trainer, she specializes in presenting on imposter syndrome, mindfulness in the workplace and emotional intelligence among other topics. Her lifelong quote is stolen from “The Bard” (aka Shakespeare) which says, “Love all, trust few, and do wrong to none.” Delphine speaks Haitian-Creole as a second language.