Daushae Preciado is a licensed Associate Clinical Social Worker. She received her Master of Social Work degree from Walden University. Daushae has three years of experience working in the mental health field as a substance abuse therapist, as well as working with the community to serve clients with anxiety, depression, domestic violence, and other traumatic experience. Daushae wrote for a vegan magazine called Veggie y Que and contributed to a book review for “Their Voice Matters” by Dameon K. Wroe. Daushae enjoys hiking, kayaking, walking her dogs, spending time with her family, and traveling.
Years of Experience:
Communities of Focus:
- Adults and older adults
I am determined to help clients succeed. I believe everyone deserves a second chance to be happy, and healthy by implementing coping skills and mindfulness. I am dedicated to helping you achieve the peace and freedom you desire one step at a time.