Christine Meusz, MSW(C) (She/Her)
Graduate Level Intern
I am a graduate student at West Chester University, working towards my Master’s in Social Work. I have a Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies, specifically Behavioral Health/Human Services and Health. I also work as a wilderness backpacking instructor each summer, focusing on bringing at-risk minoritized youth outdoors. I have worked with AAPI youth in community nonprofits and urban community farming. I have been a chocolatier, creating small pockets of joy in tiny chocolate packages. These far-ranging experiences allow me to perceive and appreciate nuance in our many identities.
Born in Philadelphia as a daughter to Vietnamese refugees, my life experiences also underlie my commitment to holding space for the full spectrum of human experiences and emotions, especially for those of the Asian/Asian American diaspora. I offer respect and patience in the face of the unique challenges faced by each client. I endeavor to co-create healing, self-compassion, and hope.
Areas of Interest: Trauma, Acculturation Stress, Racial Identity, Internal Family Systems, DBT