Sabrina Carrie Crawford
Sabrina Carrie Crawford, PsyD is the Director of Internship Training at The Catholic University of America Counseling Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Crawford is also a clinical assistant professor of Clinical Psychology at The George Washington University and an Adjunct Faculty Member at Trinity University. Her professional commitments include the training of graduate students in psychology regarding clinical and assessment skills. She also provides training in the areas of individual and group therapy, diversity and multiculturalism, evidence based treatments, and outreach and consultation.
Her private psychotherapy practice provides individual therapy as well as psychological assessments to culturally diverse clients to help devise appropriate recommendations and resources to the requesting agencies.
As a psychologist, multiculturalism and diversity are areas of interest from both a clinical and personal perspective. Coming from a bi-cultural family, of Haitian and Colombian descent, she has always been fascinated with culture. Issues of acculturation, identity development, and the impact of trauma on the individual and family, are also specific areas of interests. Dr. Crawford is passionate about providing culturally informed treatment to clients and training clinicians while continuing to develop this competency as well.
Dr. Crawford earned her doctorate in Psychology from The George Washington University in Washington, DC and her bachelor of arts in Psychology from Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ. She began her professional career at the American University Counseling Center as a staff psychologist and later served as the assistant director for outreach and consultation.
Who to Contact
- Ms. Malgorzata Booth