Sangeeta Prasad (she/her) is a trauma-focused psychologist who is part of a mixed income practice. She currently works part time as Kindred’s senior adviser and parent facilitator and is an adjunct professor in George Washington University’s human services and social justice program. Dr. Prasad worked for many years at the Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants, Young Children and Families. Her areas of experience include early intervention to prevent the continuation of transgenerational trauma in families and cultural training focused on adapting psychological practice to better meet the needs of minority communities. Dr. Prasad’s experience in cultural training stems from her internship at the National Asian American Mental Health Institute (RAMS), her experience co-creating and supporting grassroots domestic violence interventions for BREDS India, and direct service work with members of disenfranchised communities over the past fifteen years, including as a clinician and bilingual pre-kindergarten teacher. She holds an undergraduate degree in Spanish and international studies from Washington University in St. Louis, a Master’s Degree in risk and prevention counseling from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, and a Doctorate in clinical psychology from The George Washington University. The daughter of Indian immigrants, Sangeeta grew up in a Telugu-English speaking household with her parents, grandmother and brother in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She resides in Washington DC with her husband and two daughters.