Julia Rambeau, BA, MC-Intern
Bachelor of Arts, Master of Counseling Candidate
Clinical Intern

Pronouns: she/her/hers (What's This?)

“You are your best thing.” - Toni Morrison

Hello, my name is Julia and I am a first-year graduate student in the Master of Counseling program at Arizona State University, working toward licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am currently working under the direct supervision of Dr. Sophia Murphy, DBH, LPC.


As a counselor, I am passionate about building a collaborative relationship in which you may feel supported to explore the interactions of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to work toward your most authentic state of being. I believe that therapy is unique to each individual, and must be tailored around your personal goals and values. Theoretically, I am interested in humanistic-existential, person-centered, psychodynamic, and liberation psychology principles.


Throughout clinical practicum, I worked with a range of individuals through concerns of depression, anxiety, trauma, self-image, interpersonal effectiveness, and exploration of intersecting identities. I am a LGBTQ+ allied provider, committed to multicultural humility and a trauma-informed focus. Humans are as dynamic as the environments we come from, and I believe it is imperative to situate client concerns within the relevant social, cultural, and systemic context. I hope to continue exploring holistic approaches to healing, as I am deeply passionate about addressing health as it relates to mind, body, and spirit.


I would be honored to work with you on your healing journey by providing a validating, empathetic, affirmative space to help you find self-connection and live your most empowered life.