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Yasmeen Lambert


I believe therapy is about creating safe space for you to develop a meaningful relationship with yourself that supports your desired growth and change. I strive to be a collaborative partner with you in session, because you are the expert on matters regarding your own life experience. I bring empathy, authenticity, and flexibility to the therapeutic relationship, allowing me to understand a variety of experiences and perspectives. I believe therapy is a guide for helping you achieve and maintain balance in your life by tapping into your natural abilities and skills.


I have worked with individuals and families within various systems such as the schools, homes, communities, mental health facilities, and the criminal justice system. While working within these systems, I have worked with individuals struggling with PTSD, anxiety, depression, ADHD, identity and gender issues, community violence, and systemic racism. I strive to create an experience that is judgement free, safe, and comfortable, practical, and realistic, with a pinch of fun.


I believe that "know thyself" is the foundation to success. There is something to be learned from all our experiences, and guess what? This is your life to live. 

pronouns: she/her

Education and Training

MSW • Widener University

BS • Psychology • Penn State University Park

Areas of Focus


Racial stress, racial identity, stress management, trauma, PTSD, ADHD, couples, open/poly relationships, sex positivity, BDSM & kink

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma-informed

  • Client-centered

  • Strengths-based

  • Transtheoretical

  • Narrative

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