Taina D. Galarza
Taína D. Galarza is a second-year Stony Brook University MSW candidate, looking to learn behavioral mental health best practices with the ultimate goal of addressing the racial and socioeconomic disparities apparent in psychedelic therapy and integration spaces. Taína seeks to use her coaching skills and her ability to motivate and focus colleagues for the successful completion of group work and overall improvement in collaborative efforts.
Kimberly Omezi is an MSW student at Stony Brook University's School of Social Welfare. Hailing from a semi-long line of social workers, Kimberly is excited to interact with diverse groups of people, explore different social work arenas, and ultimately, learn more about herself in this process.
Elizabeth Zaiter, LMSW
Elizabeth Zaiter is a Latina and New Yorker raised in the Bronx. An LMSW and a graduate of Adelphi University's Wurzweiler School of Social Work, her practice expertise focuses on issues of identity, belonging, and healing and recovery through purpose and meaning.