Rachel Tramonte, LCSW

Objective: To obtain a position providing psychotherapy to adolescents and adults


Licenced clinical social worker, Licence # 21146

-7 years experience providing individual therapy, assesment, & group therapy

-In depth experience with anxiety, depression, eating disorders and personality disorders

-Insightful, practical, and creative clinican

-Provides supervision to students and ACSWs

-Works effectively with clients and collateral contacts as well as coworkers

-Areas of interest: mindfulness,  movement/exercise therapy, distance therapy

Work experience

Work experience
2007 - 2008

Director of Clinical Services

Lamp Community

Los Angeles, CA

-Implemented medi-cal program

-QA, QI for wellness center

- Provided individual  therapy 

-Supervised interns and ACSWs

2006 - 2007


Lamp Community

-Provided CBT and harm reduction therapy to homeless and recently housed clients

-Conducted expressive arts group therapy

-Coordinated treatment with collateral contacts

2002 - 2005


Arbour Counseling   

Woburn, MA

-Provided individual, couples, and family therapy in office 

-Led adolescent substance abuse group

-Completed  insurance paperwork on time

2000 - 2002


Health and Education Services.

Salem, MA

-Intake and psychotherapy for elementary, middle, and highschool referrals

-Provided narrative family, couples and individual therapy to clients

-Provided consultation  and education to public school teachers


1998 - 2000


Boston College

Focus on outpatient clinic work and school social work

1996 - 1998

MA in Psychology

Boston University

Masters in psychology with a research project on therapist effectiveness and personality disorders at The David Barlow Clinic at BU

1994 - 1996

M.A. In English and Creative Writing

SUNY Binghamton

-Editied poetry of a nursing home resident

- Completed Creative Writing (poetry)Masters thesis 

-Analytic work on narritives of institutionalization and recovery

1990 - 1994


Clark University

English major

Women's History minor

Complted senior thesis on women writers and creativity

Volunteer Work

Malcolm X Elementary School, Berkeley

      -classroom volunteer 3 days/week in first grade and kindergarten classrooms

      -room parent

Step One School, Berkeley

     -classroom project volunteer

Additional Skills

Obtained the majority of my Ceu's for the past three licencure cycles by watching psychotherapy.net videos and articles. 

Attended private training with Mary Bowen - Jugian Analyst who is also a first generation pilates teacher 

Teaching pilates - privates and small group classes

Writing poetry