Rayna Wang (she/her/hers) is a clinical social worker and community advocate. Rayna has extensive experience providing therapy and care coordination for children and adolescents from immigrant backgrounds, in public schools and outpatient mental health settings. She also spent one year of her graduate training in Shanghai, China, providing psychotherapy in Mandarin to individuals and families on an inpatient psychiatric unit. Grounded in clinical knowledge and cross-cultural work experiences, Rayna’s interests include applying an anti-oppressive, anti-racist framework to improve mental health practices and policies, as well as enhance education and training for clinicians. After working as the Communications and Publications Coordinator at the Columbia-WHO Center for Global Mental Health, Rayna is now further pursuing her professional interests in healthcare policy and provider training.
Rayna earned her Master’s in Social Work from New York University and B.A. in Applied Psychology and Human Development from the Boston College Lynch School of Education.Back to previous page