Randerson Cares: Counseling,
Helping to Improve People's Mental Health,
Work-Life Balance, and Self-Care Plans.
Licensed Clinical Social Work
Life is filled with hardships and challenges, but it doesn’t mean that you have to go through all of them alone. No matter what issues or emotions you are struggling with, please know that there is always someone who is willing and ready to help you.
Whether you are feeling anxious, stressed, burned-out, lost, or alone, you can always turn to Randerson Cares: Counseling, Training, and Consulting Services. Based in New York City, I provide Tele-mental health counseling for clients, online training on trauma, mental health, and worker wellness for professionals, and curricula development for organizations, firms, agencies, or programs.
Types of Counseling and Support that I Offer
Substance Use and Abuse Counseling
CV & Bio
I have been a social worker in New York City for almost thirty years. I was an instructor at Brookdale for over ten years before joining the staff full-time in 2019. I also provided instruction to all NYC Adult Protective Services workers during their orientation and in the Brookdale Geriatric Care Management certificate program.
Before working at Brookdale, I was the clinical coordinator, at the New York City Bar Association’s Lawyer Assistance Program for four years. I provided short term counseling and training, both in-person and online. I also developed curricula and tool kits for legal professionals experiencing unhealthy aging, substance abuse disorders, trauma, and burnout.
I have been an adjunct instructor in Gerontology and Human Services at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, Silberman School of Social Work, and the Columbia University School of Social Work. I maintain a private practice and work with a diverse range of clients, including professionals, LGBT people, immigrants, and people living with developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses.
I have worked with families struggling with extensive caregiving needs and works with clients to address issues such as work/life balance, substance abuse, anxiety, job burnout, and mental health practices. I have worked extensively with those experiencing trauma, caregiving, loss, and grief.
I published several articles and webinars. I have a JD from New York Law School and an MSW from the Silberman School of Social Work. I will receive my Doctorate in Social Work in early 2021.
I provide an anti-racist, LGBTQA+ affirmative practice.