Photo of Micheline Mutombo-Harris smiling.

Micheline Mutombo-Harris, MSW, Provisional LICSW

Clinic-Based Therapist 

Micheline’s practice is ideal for Black women, immigrant women, and young mothers of color
confronted with life challenges who need assistance addressing depressive and anxiety
symptoms in a safe and judgment-free environment so change can occur. Micheline uses a
person-centered therapeutic approach (and other appropriate intervention methods) so clients
can feel empowered and emotionally self-sufficient to trace a clear path toward healing.
Micheline is a strong believer that in restoring a healthy relationship with the inner-self one can
find balance.

Micheline is a Provisional Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received a master’s degree in
social work from the University of Minnesota and her bachelor’s degree in social work from
Metropolitan State University. Micheline earned a post-master’s Child and Family Therapy
Certificate from New York University (NYU). She is trained in TF-CBT from Medical University of
South Carolina. In 2014, Micheline was awarded the Reatha Clark King Endowed Scholarship
Fund, the Kopp Presidential Scholarship Fund, and the Harry Specht Endowed Community
Service Award.