Randy Maldonado, LCSW

Randy Maldonado, LCSW

Randy Maldonado is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience providing trauma-informed services to youth, adults, and families in New York City and serves as a consultant on topics of racial trauma, boundaries, and radical healing.

Randy Maldonado, LCSW
Staff Therapist
P: (212) 337-3565 Ext. 6
Monday 8:30AM – 5PM
Tuesday 10:30AM – 11:30AM / 1:15PM – 3:30PM / 5:30PM – 7:30PM
Wednesday 11AM – 6PM
Thursday 10AM – 6PM
Children (6-12)
Teens (13-18)

Client Types (Individual, Couples, Family)
“It is my honor and privilege to support and witness individual, familial, organizational, and collective journeys towards healing, thriving, and promoting resiliency.”
R. Maldonado
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Randy’s clinical practice is rooted in anti-oppressive & trauma-informed care from a BIPOC perspective as well as theoretical frameworks of Intersectionality, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Dyadic Developmental informed therapy, and Relational Therapy.
  • School based support/concerns
  • Adolescent & Family Therapy
  • Racial/Cultural/Ethnic & Complex Trauma
  • Anti-Racist/Anti-Oppressive Praxis
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) Therapy
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Fordham University – New York, NY
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Health Science
Saint Peter’s University – Jersey City, NJ
Advanced Clinical Training
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Level 2
Certification conferred by Dr. Courtney Rennicke
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Level 1
Certification conferred by Dr. Courtney Rennicke
Recent Clinical Experience
Clinical Supervisor, LCSW
Provided weekly bilingual trauma-informed clinical supervision to masters-level therapists while monitoring client services provided by clinicians including assessments, treatment plans, clinical goals, therapeutic approaches, crisis intervention & case management to ensure appropriate care. Supported clinicians & families through 24/7 on-call crisis intervention
Adolescent & Family Therapist , LCSW
Provided intensive & bilingual home-based individual & family therapy to court-involved youth in an effort to reduce recidivism, improve decision making, and foster positive family communication
Connection at the Core: DDP as a Framework for Addressing Relational Trauma Across Models & Systems
2021 DDP International Online Conference, Canada
Historias De Mis Padres (Stories of My Parents) – Exploring the importance of engaging in critical examinations of implicit biases & microaggressions and the implications of intentional relational repair among marginalized and overexploited communities, through a storytelling lens
Mental Health & Men of Color – Wellness in the Wake of Social Uprising
Teach for America: Men of Many Summit (March 26, 2021)
Panel presenter on how Covid-19, racial injustice, voter suppression & disenfranchisement, xenophobia, loss & isolation impacted male identifying individuals who do not align themselves with the majority
Settlement House Work as Human Rights Work
United Neighborhood Houses Settlement House Day (April 11, 2014)
Spoke on the reframing settlement house work as “human rights” work in an effort to bridge community work done by settlement houses in New York City to international work done by our partner organizations in the International Federation of Settlement Houses. Further discussed how we can use the United Nation Thematic Strategies to further inform community based practice across the settlement house network
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

DDP / Organizing for Equity NY


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