Razi Abraham graduated from Georgia State with her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work in 2015 and continued to pursue social work by earning her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Georgia (2016). Throughout her 5+ years of experience, Razi has practiced dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) groups and trauma informed care in psychiatric residential treatment and community settings. As a result, Razi’s work is not only dedicated to helping teens and families effectively communicate, but also committed to fostering understanding and supporting teens and families in feeling heard, and therefore seen, as they work to navigate life’s dynamics and changes.
“I believe relationship and understanding are the foundation of supporting others through self-exploration and personal growth. This core belief fuels my work with those who are open to identifying strengths, challenges, and patterns that impact their journey to safety and overall fulfillment. Through DBT groups, I enjoy challenging those in exploring emotion regulation and communication skills, supporting their progress in fostering understanding and effectively managing their relationships. Operating from a trauma-informed lens, I first and foremost support clients through hearing and gaining an understanding of their personal experience.”