Meet Puerto Rico Team
Yoliann Santiago, LCSW She/Her/HERS
Yoliann Santiago (she/her) is a bilingual Spanish-English Clinical Social Worker Licensed in Rhode Island and in Puerto Rico. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Ana G. Méndez University. Her experiences include: working with children, young adults, women, domestic violence survivors, veterans and clinical settings, as well as support groups. She has a passion to provide clients with a space that is safe, supportive and non-judgmental where they can discuss, explore, learn and assess their needs, emotions, challenges, experiences, and goals. Yoliann wants to assist and create individualized treatment strategies that help her clients in their healing journey to find their strengths and empower them. She helps her clients with a variety of life challenges including: stress, symptoms of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and adjustments to life changes by utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness based stress reduction, solution focused approaches and psychoeducation.
Adelly Crescioni, LCSW SHE/HER/HERS
Adelly Antoinette Crescioni (she/her) Clinical Social Worker with bilingual skills (Spanish/English) with a holistic approach to the diverse factors that may affect her clients. She obtained her Master’s degree from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico and her BSW with a minor in Education. She also is certified in Mindfulness and in 500 hours in yoga practice. She has worked in private and public sectors with children, teenagers, adults, and the elderly populations. Also, she has experience working with groups, trauma survivors, and mothers with kids with special needs. She integrates Eastern and Western psychology and philosophy to help clients manage stress and anxiety. She combines diverse methods like art, poetry, dancing, music, Tibetan singing bowls, meditation, yoga, and mindful listening in her therapy. Adelly wants to assist clients in understanding their humanity and becoming actors and owners in their healing process, letting guilt and shame behind them and embracing hope.
Carla Valazquez-Garcia SHE/HER/HERS
Carla is a Social Worker, fully bilingual (Spanish/English), with a comprehensive and holistic approach to the diverse determinants that may affect participants seeking support through therapy. Obtained a Master’s Degree in Education, and is currently a PhD candidate in Administration, Social Work and Educational Leadership. She also is certified in Conflict Resolution through Psychodrama, Play Based Trauma Informed Therapy, traumatology, and Expressive Arts Therapy and is in the process of becoming board certified as a Drama Therapist. As a priority, she aims to establish a collaborative and educational approach in therapy by providing innovative tools for participants to gain the autonomy to look into their experiences and re-write their stories in the journey towards well-being.
Book Your First Appointment
1 Richmond Square, Suite 333W
Providence, RI 02906
(GPS: 331 Waterman St)
*with free parking
Hope Valley Location
1146 Main st
Richmond, RI 02898
Office photography by Drty Glitter
Get In Touch
If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, a free 24-hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. You will be routed to the nearest city crisis center.