Sabrina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of social service experience working with children, their families, and the vulnerable adult population. As a result of being raised in the Christian Community of the Bay Area and living in the community in which she serves Sabrina has developed a rich sense of cultural competency that has allowed her to work successfully with children and families of various ages, stages, and backgrounds both professionally and spiritually. She specializes in working with adolescent girls and families dealing with trauma and transition. Sabrina has a special interest in providing guidance and support to teens and young adults as they transition into the next phase of their lives.
Sabrina earned her Master’s degree in Social Work at California State University East Bay where she specialized in Adolescent Development and Children, Youth & Families; and she pursued her licensing hours at the Child Therapy Institute of Marin. By day, she works as a Licensed Clinical Therapist for one of the largest health care providers in Northern California and is currently a doctoral student at Louisiana Baptist University; during the evening she can be found cultivating her therapeutic practice and coaching parents via parenting classes and seminar-style trainings throughout Contra Costa County.
When not pursuing professional goals, Sabrina can be found worshipping and serving joyfully in the capacity of Ministry Coach at Praise Fellowship Bible Church of Richmond, California under the leadership of Senior Pastor, William Coleman, III, where she has been a member since 2009. She is the host of the popular radio show “High Tea with Bri” and she is a regular “Guest” co-host on the Stellar Nominated radio show “Shop Talk” both airing weekly on FreedemRadio.com. To round out her many accomplishments Sabrina is a proud member of the illustrious Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
She is the proud mother of two adult daughters and Yaya to two beautiful grandchildren.
Simply put, Sabrina is a lover of God and people! She is known for her trademark smile and quirky sense of humor; guided by the principle of Proverbs 17:22 “A merry heart doeth good like medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones”. Sabrina finds a way to infuse love and laughter into her professional and ministry capacities making her a sought-after therapist, speaker, program host and radio personality.