B.A., North Carolina State University
MSW, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Stephany Mejia joined Lucy Daniels Center as a SecurePath Clinician in 2019. Stephany is passionate about children’s mental health, trauma treatment and somatic work to address trauma symptoms. She is also interested in continued work with marginalized populations in the mental health field. Stephany completed a specialization year internship at El Futuro, A community mental health agency in Durham, North Carolina serving Latinx families, and individuals. At El Futuro, she provided individual psychotherapy using evidence-based practices while applying a culturally relevant, and sensitive lens as a bilingual and bicultural practitioner. Stephany co-facilitated Trauma Center, Trauma Sensitive Yoga groups on a weekly basis in Spanish and used standardized measures to monitor clients stress, anxiety and depression scores.
In 2018, Stephany collaborated with eight Juntos students, the Juntos Coordinator and Professor Dr. Crystal Chen from North Carolina State University to publish a book titled “The Roots of Our people: From One World to Another; Juntos!”
Email Stephany Mejia | 919.623.2305