Sarah Knight, LMSW is a social worker and practicing psychotherapist whose clinical work is rooted in trauma-responsive, anti-oppressive, and systems frameworks.
Michael Madormo, M.Ed, has over a decade working in education as a teacher, counselor, camp director, and teacher coach in public and private school settings in New York, New Jersey and Palestine. While working in education, he has been active in anti-racist and Palestine solidarity organizing, a practitioner of yoga and meditation at the Brooklyn Zen Center. Joining Critical Therapy, Michael…
Yolaine Menyard, LCSW, has provided trauma-informed services to young people and adults in New York for close to a decade. She has worked in agency and community settings supporting people through a range of every-day stressors and major life experiences, including substance use, serious mental health issues, grief and loss, criminal legal involvement, and systemic oppressions.
Sherrie T. Waller, LMSW, is a practicing psychotherapist, specializing in trauma. Sherrie’s experience in community-based settings with patients facing homelessness, incarceration and addiction, has made her uniquely aware of the intersection and impact of systemic structures on mental health and well-being.
George Zafiriadis, is an illustrator, comic and concept artist. Committed to social justice, LGBTQ rights and with an interest in mental health, he joined Critical Therapy Center as an illustrator and social media coordinator.
Brenda Zubay’s social justice advocacy and direct work with hundreds of clients who have been at the crosshairs of the New York City court systems, informed her interest in joining the Critical Therapy Center.
Elizabeth Keeney, LMSW, MPA a practicing psychotherapist, has been providing counseling, advocacy and crisis intervention in diverse settings for over two decades. As a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare (BSW), she worked with families residing in the housing projects of East Austin, Texas.
Rebecca Gruia, LMSW, CASAC-T is a psychotherapist with experience in substance use, addiction, and crisis intervention.
A first-generation Tongan (Pacific Islander), trauma-informed clinician, social justice worker and political education facilitator, Vileti ‘Akolo dedicates her personal and professional work to upending oppressive systems of power.
Monica C. Roldan, LCSW, is a psychotherapist licensed in New York and New Jersey. In her career, Monica has always focused her efforts on working with women, specifically Latina women survivors of gender based violence, trauma, rape, childhood abuse, prostitution, and trafficking