Rhonda Stewart Jones is a highly skilled mental health professional specializing in trauma-informed care and trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). She earned a Master of Social Work Degree from Smith College, supplemented by a Military and Veteran’s Mental Health certificate from Widener University.
Rhonda’s career is distinguished by a passionate commitment to serving diverse populations in both public and private sectors. Before transitioning to private practice, Rhonda served at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, offering therapy to active-duty service members and retirees. Her areas of expertise include working with individuals who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders.
Beyond her clinical work, Rhonda actively works to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health challenges. She has served as an Expert Provider for the government’s Supporting Youth with Incarcerated Parents program and conducted numerous workshops and training on mental health topics. Rhonda is also dedicated to the professional growth of other mental health professionals, providing supervision and consultation to those who share her commitment to service. Her holistic approach to mental health care is reflected in her clinical expertise and advocacy for accessible and stigma-free mental health services.