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Dr. Kamille La Rosa (she/they/siya) completed their Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University. During her doctoral program, she has worked in school, college counseling, and private practice settings with children, teens, and adults. Her research interests have centered on Filipina/x/o American culture, ethnic identity, immigrant generation status, and decolonization in psychology.


They practice from an Interpersonal Process-Feminist orientation – emphasizing a strong and collaborative therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for change with an intersectional, anti-oppressive lens that values authenticity and cultural humility. Treatment is adapted to empower clients, understand their values, and fit their needs so that they can thrive using self- and community- care. Kamille’s generalist training regularly incorporates evidence-based therapy techniques from CBT, ACT, and DBT in therapy sessions while empowering clients to acknowledge their intersecting identities, embrace the mind-body connection, and create/maintain meaningful connections with their communities. 


Kamille has special interests in providing affirming care for teen and emerging adult clients with BIPOC identity concerns (especially Asian/Asian American) and/or 2SLGBTQIA+ identity concerns to address mental health concerns stemming from historical trauma and internalized oppression. They have experience addressing anxiety, depression, immigrant family dynamics, self-esteem, perfectionism, body image/eating disorders, grief, life transitions, neurodiversity concerns (e.g., ADHD), and academic/vocational/career development with clients from diverse backgrounds. 

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