Grace Ramos, MS, QMHP
Grace recently joined the NWAI team as a student clinician. Grace has received training in intervention styles rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered Therapy (PCT), and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP). Grace works to create a safe, comfortable, and inviting environment for her clients. Her warm and interactive therapeutic style helps establish a collaborative environment that promotes growth in clients.
Grace received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at California Baptist University. She is currently in the PSYD program at George Fox University where she will receive her Master of Arts this upcoming spring in Clinical Psychology. She is a second-year doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology through the George Fox University program. Grace is driven to receive her Doctorate degree by deep-rooted desire to provide mental health support and accessible care. For the past couple of years, Grace has worked as an ABA therapist as well as a Mental Health Technician with teenagers.
When Grace is not at work or school, she enjoys spending time with her dog Luna, family, and watching movie with friends. She loves doing outdoors, ideally the beach, and reading books. She loves laughing, dancing, attending concerts, and listening to true crime podcasts.