Phoebe A. Vasquez


Phoebe A. Vasquez is a master's level graduate student intern at Kimberly Boyd Counseling Center.  She is passionately committed to guiding adolescents, college students, the LGBTQ+ community, individuals facing relationship challenges, and those navigating significant life transitions. Her practice is founded on cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, and client-centered therapy, ensuring a safe and inclusive environment for every individual's journey toward self-discovery and growth.

With an extensive background in Pre-K–12 education as both an educator and a paraprofessional, Phoebe brings a nuanced understanding of the developmental and educational challenges that young people face. This is complemented by her current role as a mental health case manager for incarcerated men and women, where she has gained a deep insight into the complexities of the criminal justice system and a fervent passion for supporting the reintegration process of formerly incarcerated individuals and their families.

As Phoebe navigates her path toward licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), she is dedicated to refining her skills to provide the most compassionate and effective support possible. Her goal extends beyond navigating the human experience; it encompasses co-creating narratives of resilience, empowerment, and profound transformation with her clients.

Phoebe's approach invites courage and collaboration, as she walks beside her clients with empathy and expertise. Together, they will unfold each individual's story, by exploring avenues for growth and crafting futures that resonate with the essence of who they are and aspire to be.