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To support communities in gaining a deeper understanding of trauma informed care, reimagining how we talk about our differences and taking concrete actions to sustain efforts rooted in well-being and belonging in order to build safe and harmonious spaces within ourselves and the community.

This Is Us

You are the expert in the room and I am the compassionate companion holding space for all the parts you have access to, orienting you to nervous system regulation, and inviting you to reconsider when in self-doubt. I come with a very special set of tools: curiosity, patience, unwavering commitment to your wellness, transparency and laughter. 

Marjorie Jean

“The process of finding the truth may not be a process by which we feel increasingly better and better. It may be a process by which we look at things honestly, sincerely, and that may or may not be an easy thing to do.” ~ Adyashanti

Licensed in DC & MD | MD: 19112

Hello there!

I’m Marjorie. First and foremost, I am a passionate advocate for culturally conscious mental health education. I am a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor, a systems therapist with a focus on somatic recovery. I specialize in Trauma (attachment, intergenerational), Stress (anxiety, burnout, expatriate stress, pain, workplace stress), Self-esteem, and Joy.

Over the past decade, I have worked both in the private and public sector from foster care, to hospitals, to public schools, nonprofits and spearheaded various philanthropic projects in Anse D’hainault, Haiti and Washington, DC.  Shortly after the birth of my son, I created RAM CIRCLE a safe space to help support people experiencing emotional complaints and grievances as a result of trauma and stress. What started as a safe space turned into a successful start-up that has supported nearly one thousand people seeking mental health support and contributed to the professional development of five therapists.

I am Haitian, a perpetual explorer, an author, a storyteller, an unwavering social change optimist, an aspiring farmer and Rami’s mama. All these different parts shape the way I approach the work. I have been recognized for my talents in the treatment of trauma related stress, my adaptability and creativity in designing sustainable solutions to operational challenges as well as my steadfast commitment to systems-based trauma work and education. I am trained in EMDR, DBT, Narrative Therapy, Somatic Experiencing and certified in Brainspotting.

Here’s a quick overview of how I can help:

  • Individual Therapy, Therapy for Therapists,  Expatriate Therapy
  • Clinical Consultation and Supervision
  • Team Training : Mental Health First Aid, Workplace dynamics, Organizational culture
  • Speaking
  • Book

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The Origination Story

Like every therapy client, I’m human. I’ve had both wonderful and difficult experiences that have shaped who I am and how I help.

Growing up in Haiti, mental health wasn’t part of our conversations. I wasn’t even aware what it meant nor had I ever encountered anyone who had experienced therapy. Years after migrating to the US, I learned about therapy.

At three years old, my parents left Haiti in hopes of a better life, leaving me and my siblings behind. I was encouraged to stay strong for my parents and not express my sadness to them because they were making the ultimate sacrifice. So, I stayed “strong”. I became very good at taking care of others’ needs over my own, including using my time, energy, and money to help the people in my life.

In my mid 20s, I began to work on myself. I got curious about why the same things kept happening over and over. And even though I knew I was doing something that wasn’t working, I couldn’t figure out why I was doing it.

It wasn’t until I became a mother that all the things I was trying to understand came to the surface. Becoming a mother incentivized me to go deeper into my healing. My body started to communicate in new ways. I started to listen to what my body was saying. It was overwhelming and oddly liberating. My first session with a somatic therapist changed my life.

Once I did the work of integrating my body into the daily conversation, I uncovered my body’s natural ability to heal itself.

It is an ongoing journey. And today, I have come a long way both as a person and therapist.