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Armina Domingue, LMSW | Founder & CEO 
Therapist & Executive Coach

Armina a native New Yorker, loves helping people draw on their strengths to live purposefully, and joy-filled life. Her mantra over the years has been: “Only when there is understanding, can true healing begin.” Over the past fifteen years, she has been a clinician, program manager, clinical director, supervisor, and coach for many clinicians in the counseling field.

Armina supports trauma recovery for better emotional, physical and relationship health. She has worked in community mental health settings, school social work, child and family agencies, mental health advocacy organizations, managed care, and private practice.


She utilizes a variety of techniques and skills drawn from recognized therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, DBT, Psychoeducation, Play Therapy, behavior modification, mindfulness and relaxation. Armina believes in creating a working partnership with clients, utilizing their strengths to help them sort out their challenges and achieve their goals. She also realizes how important it is to identify all aspects of an individual’s life that impact their well-being including their physical health, support systems (family, friends), work or school environment, and faith/spirituality in this process.


Armina offers Individual therapy, Family therapy, Marriage therapy, and Executive coaching.


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Wyneshia Foxworth

Chief Operating Officer 

A Philadelphia native, Wyneshia has extensive experience in leadership roles with national service and
education organizations. Immediately after earning her bachelor’s degree from Morgan State University,
she served two years with City Year Greater Philadelphia, as both a founding corps member and senior
corps member in the Communications Department. After completing her terms of service, she joined the
staff, leading groups of idealistic young people in schools as a Program Manager, Program Director and
Deputy Director. In September 2005, Wyneshia was one of the first City Year staff members on the
ground after Hurricane Katrina, answering the call to serve in Baton Rouge, Louisiana as a founding Co-
Executive Director of City Year Louisiana. After a successful launch, she returned back to her hometown
to lead City Year Greater Philadelphia.

Wyneshia’s commitment to the success of her city didn’t stop there, she then held roles as the Chief
Operating Officer for Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Founding Executive Director of College
Possible Philadelphia and most recently she worked at Mastery Charter Schools Inc. In her roles, she was
responsible for the day to day operations, HR, program development and delivery, philanthropy and
external communications.

Wyneshia is passionate about youth and their education. Her desire to see an increase in youth
empowerment and social change has been her north star as she trains and develops the leaders of today
and tomorrow.

After a decade in the corporate sector, I decided to turn my passion into full time work by going into the social work field. Having had the experience of coming alongside many in a helping capacity from as far as Brazil, South America to my local community of the Bronx, NY, it only seemed natural to me to make that change. 



As a bilingual/bicultural (Spanish), cisgender, black female I understand the impact of race and privilege. So, after several years of experience in the social services sector I transitioned into the role of Organizational Development Specialist and had opportunity to consult with executive leadership on systems (or organizational) change through needs assessments, dialogues and workshops on race and diversification, as well as staff training on clinical theories and social service delivery models that guided direct work with clients. Through partnerships with agencies such as The New York City Board of Education, The New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA), and the Department of Homeless Service (DOH) I also have assisted clients in navigating through various systems.

Despite my enthusiasm for organizational work, I also recognize the importance of the clinical work. With that said, I have also merged the two through a partnership with students and staff from Drexel University. Through this partnership residents from an inpatient substance misuse treatment program were able to join Drexel University yoga students to learn from one another and to develop mindfulness skills to assist them in their recovery. My work also includes the training and development of BSW and MSW students and the completion of a SIFI (Seminar In Field Instruction) from the University of Pennsylvania.


In addition, I have extensive training in trauma care, suicide prevention, and completed studies for credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counseling. My work spans the life course of children as young as 5 years old and geriatric patients in their 90’s. I am also a strong advocate of the use of evidence-based practices and am trained in various models including Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation Narrative Therapy (STAIR-NST), Brief Strategic Therapy (BST), Daily Living Functional Assessment for Adults (DLA-20), Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model for Women (W-TREM), and the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS).


My goal is to continue to use my knowledge base of over a decade of experience, and passion for the helping profession, to aid clients in exploring and identifying their strengths and deepening their resilience.

Lavina Andrews, LMSW  
Mental Health Therapist 

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Mondy Dorsainvil, LMSW 
Marriage & Family Therapist  

Mondy earned his Master in Social Work from Andrews University with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Counseling.  He believes that life comes with anticipated twists and turns that can often leave us confused, hurt, and disoriented. 


Be that as it may, he also believes that humans are resilient. It is up to us, individually and or collectively, to deal with these issues head on. Positive change is an attainable goal when one is given the tools and the guidance that is needed to draw upon their own strengths and realize their potential to live fulfilling, happy lives. Mondy also believes that all of us greatly benefit when we create our own village of selected people that we trust.


A support system that can be there for us in our times of need. Over the past ten years, using Cognitive Behavior Therapy as well as Solution Focus Therapy, Mondy has been helping couples and families dig deep into their own resources, strengths, and aid them in creating their own little village. In addition, Mondy has over ten years of experience in Pastoral Ministry as well.  He has served as a Pastor in Chicago, Illinois, Rahway, New Jersey, and in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He currently hosts “The Remedy”: a Christian Online Ministry.  He has conducted numerous workshops on Dating, Marriage, Family Conflict, Anger Management Parenting, and Sex.


Alicea Douse
Practice Coordinator 

Alicea is a Certified Life Coach and a Mental Health Practitioner.  She handles our day-to-day practice needs and serves our clients with their intake sessions. 

She is passionate about helping people overcome the mental roadblocks that they may face and giving them the tools they need to succeed on their own. She has experience working with women to help them reclaim their true identity through their trauma, pain, anxiety or depression so that they can live their lives in mental freedom.