Fiona Lundy (she/her/ella) is a licensed clinical social worker who completed her graduate work at the Smith College School for Social Work. She comes to Access with experience in various community mental health settings with children, teens, adults, and elders. She also has a private practice. She is a relational, psychodynamic and somatic therapist who uses trauma-informed, culturally responsive approaches in her work. Fiona is excited to join the team at Access to provide direct services and help train new therapists to find sustainable ways to work in community mental health settings that hold space for the complexity of the human experience and the wholeness of each person. Fiona is a life-long learner with particular interests in healing intergenerational trauma, shame, identity development and LGBTQIA+ identity, anti-oppression and culturally responsive care and ensuring that those who are often underserved have access to quality care.