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Elia Cullum, Graduate Intern, MS

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Pronouns: she/her/hers

Healing is non-linear, and together we will work to
explore new ways of moving through the world.

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A Note From Elia

My goal is to create a safe, affirming, and non-judgmental space where you can show
up exactly as you are. By building a strong and trusting client/therapist connection, we
will grow in this process together.

Why I became a Therapist

I became a therapist because I believe in your journey toward self-discovery, understanding, and healing. From first-hand experience, I understand how powerful it can be to have someone supporting and encouraging you to achieve your goals in becoming your best and most authentic self. I am hopeful that I can be that someone for you.

What I am Passionate About


I am passionate about providing support and guidance to individuals in various stages of life, particularly adolescents, young adults, and adults, as they navigate the complexities of life and transitions. My clinical focus encompasses a range of areas, including trauma and PTSD, anxiety disorders, relationship conflict, life transitions, and perinatal mental health.



Education & Training:

BS Human Development & Family Studies, University of Rhode Island
MS Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Joh
ns Hopkins University

Instinctual Trauma Response (ITR)
Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy, Certificate of Completion

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Certificate of Completion

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)



  • Trauma & PTSD

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Perinatal Mental Health

  • Social Anxiety

  • Family Dynamics

  • Relationship Conflict

  • Life Transitions

  • Identity Development

  • Body Image

  • Self Esteem


  • Eye Movement Desentization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Trauma-Informed Practices

  • Instinctual Trauma Response (ITR)

  • Mindfulness-Based Approaches

  • Attachment-Based Therapy

  • Person-Centered

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