Camille Espinoza, LMSW, MSW, MSPH is a psychotherapist in Silver Spring, MD specializing in helping couples and individuals in their 20's, 30's and 40's. She has a particular interest in working with immigrants and adult children of immigrants.
After finishing graduate school in 2006, Camille worked directly with patients in hospitals and clinics before taking on leadership roles in the non-profit healthcare sector. Most recently she directed continuing education programs for doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals. After a decade of leading programs overseas and in Washington, DC, she returned to clinical work in mental health services. She now helps others grow to their fullest potential through psychotherapy.
Camille is licensed in the state of Maryland as a Licensed Master Social Worker and the District of Columbia as a Licensed Graduate Social Worker. She practices psychotherapy under senior clinicians at two organizations in Silver Spring, Maryland: Innovative Clinical Associates and Big Tree Counseling. She keeps up to date with the latest research and therapeutic interventions through regular trainings, conferences, and case consultation with experts in the field. Most recently, Camille completed the second level of training in the Gottman model of couples therapy, a course about treating trauma through Internal Family Systems model, and the AASECT annual conference for sex therapy.
Camille received her Master of Social Work degree in 2005 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also received a Master of Science in Public Health in 2006 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to that, she eared a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at Vassar College in 2001.