Clinical Intern: Sarah Santiago


It's your turn to make a change! My name is Sarah Santiago. I am a Latina Social Worker born and raised in East Harlem. I graduated with my Master's in Social Work from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College in 2022. I am here to help you refine your definition of YOU. I am eager and passionate about helping people at any stage and situation in their life. My warm, empathetic approach provides a comfortable and safe space in therapy. My goal is to provide you with the necessary tools to allow you to put yourself first and not let anyone or any experience define you as a person, so that you may write your own narrative. Allow me to guide you to write the narrative on how you deserve to be seen, noticed and loved.

We can explore and work on various challenges such as; depression, anxiety, life transitions, substance abuse, school issues, self-esteem, stress, peer relationships, and much more. With years of experience in Motivational Interviewing, Safe Care Implementation and Safe Crisis Management with individuals and families, I am more than happy to provide the support you are looking for. 

The services I am currently providing includes; individual therapy, couples counseling, and family therapy. My client focuses are adults and children.

Clinical Intern: Stephaine McGraw


My name is Stephanie McGraw, and I graduated from the Silberman School of Social at Hunter College in 2018 with a Master's Degree. I have helped clients understand the importance of putting oneself first emotionally and mentally.  


My efforts are focused on giving clients tools to empower themselves through talk therapy. I am passionate about working with individuals as I know first hand it can be difficult to get the support you need. Coming from a background that didn’t afford me much counsel growing up, I understand that having proper guidance in life is a key factor in success. I’m here to affect change by breaking barriers through providing services to individuals in need. In implementing these changes, I will offer services centered around building self-sustainability by pinpointing life issues such as Anxiety, Depression, Domestic Violence, PTSD, and many more.  


My calm demeanor and enthusiasm helps foster trust and comfortability with clients. Open communication will afford me the opportunity to meet individuals where they are, and in turn help them to where they want to be. I’m dedicated to assisting clients to create their own narratives so that they may become the best versions of themselves. With my experience, I will work diligently to create a safe environment where clients can come to express their issues and concerns.  


I provide services to children, young adults, and adults in terms of individual therapy, couples counseling and family therapy.  

Clinical Intern: Alisa Graham


My name is Alisa Graham, I am an MSW candidate in my third year residency at Columbia School of Social Work, Advanced Clinical Practice Program. I have a BA in Child Development/Mental Health Psychology from Albertus Magnus College; and an MS in Biobehavioral Sciences from Teachers College, Columbia University. Alisa have worked with children and youth, and adult populations with mental health disorders and developmental disabilities. I am from Brooklyn, New York and have done work in the areas of case management, care coordination; and mental health and behavioral counseling. I plan to get an LCSW credential, and will return to school to get a PhD in Psychology or Clinical Social Work. 


I provide services to children, young adults, and adults in terms of individual therapy, couples counseling and family therapy.