Eunice Brady joined Georgetown Lombardi’s Center for Bleeding Disorders as its new social worker in January 2022. Prior to Georgetown, she most recently served as a social worker doing case management, discharge planning, and psychosocial consults in an acute care hospital in Seattle. She also previously served as a mental health therapist for youth and adults in outpatient settings.
Her clinical social work practice is influenced by Dialectical Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing, and SolutionFocused therapeutic modalities. She received her MSW from Boston College and is an LICSW in the District of Columbia. Eunice is passionate about social justice and intersectionality, social determinants of health, analyzing how policies impact the communities served, and impact of chronic diagnoses to one’s mental health.
In her spare time, she travels, hikes, reads, and cooks. She’s a new DC resident and is excited to meet and serve the local chapter community.