Reia Chapman, MSW, LISW-CP, LCSWDirector of Clinical ServicesReia Chapman, is a professional social worker, activist, organizer, and psychotherapist. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a Master of Social Work degree from Savannah State University, a Historical Black University. She has an extensive background as a professional organizer and activist across the intersections of Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice as well as Racial and Social Justice and has been instrumental in laying the groundwork for some of the most powerful organizing happening in North Carolina and across the Southern Region of the United States. Reia is licensed to practice Clinical Social Work in both NC and SC and coined the phrase “social work IS social justice work.” Embodying both a calling and a commitment to collective liberation, justice and mental and emotional wellness, she founded the Center for Family & Maternal Wellness, an outpatient psychotherapy practice, in March 2016. Reia is a Gottman trained therapist specializing in treating couples in distress
Loveleen Multani, MSW, LCSWA Outpatient Therapist
Loveleen is a Master of Social Work graduate from Washington University in St. Louis. As an Outpatient Therapist, she utilizes her teaching and criminal justice background in practice to empower youth and adults of all backgrounds. Loveleen believes in a strength-based approach, to help individuals achieve the goals they have set for themselves. Loveleen found love for the field of social work through her philanthropic experience serving organizations such as Sharsheret, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatrics Aids Foundation, and Unicef. Loveleen is a wife, daughter, and sister enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and spending time outdoors. A native of India, Loveleen is fluent in both Punjabi and Hindi.
Kelsey Wayne, BA MSW Intern
Kelsey is a MSW student at UNC Charlotte. She received her Bachelor's degrees in Global Studies and Spanish from Appalachian State University, as well as a minor in Non-Profit Management. She has had experiences working as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer with Asheville City Schools, as well as a Kindergarten Teacher Assistant in Greensboro. Her interests are focused on early childhood and maternal health, education, women’s rights, social justice, and anti-racism work.
Caitlin Zike, BSWMSW Intern
Caitlin is a MSW Student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Currently, she is working as a Behavioral Health Counselor at Alexander Youth Network’s psychiatric residential treatment facility for children who are living with behavioral health and mental health disorders. She has interned as a Foster Care Case Manager for Elon Homes and Schools for Children and she has volunteered at Carillon Assisted Living Facility and at the Union County Community Shelter. Throughout her work, Caitlin has found that her passion is working with children and in mental health.
Nicole Johnson, BSW MSW Intern
Nicole Johnson is a Master of Social Work student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She obtained her Bachelor of Social Work degree and minor in sociology at UNC Charlotte. She has experience working with individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, intellectual developmental disabilities, substance use disorders, and those with dual diagnosis at a local mental health agency. Nicole has interest in mental health, African American populations, and community wellness.