Nygera Pierson Mutis, MS, LCSW is a Social Work administrator, clinician, trainer and professor who is passionate about serving and empowering those served. Nygera has over 20 years of diverse experience in the Human Services field in the areas of program administration as well as clinical assessment & treatment. Nygera has served various populations including youth, adolescents, families, individuals with developmental disabilities and couples. Nygera has worked as the Assistant Director and Care Management Director within Cardinal McCloskey Community Services, as well as the Director of Clinical Services for Graham Windham. Nygera currently serves as a Psychotherapist within Monroe College and also operates in private practice as the Owner and Principal Psychotherapist within Abound Peace Mental Health Services.
Nygera obtained a Bachelors degree from Morgan State University, Masters Degree in Human Services Administration from the University of Baltimore, and a Master of Social Work degree from Columbia University.
As a clinician, the foundation of my work is based on developing a relationship, providing empathy, forming a pathway for open communication, and remaining non-judgmental while creating a safe and comfortable environment. Utilizing a trauma informed and culturally humble lens I understand that each client is unique and deserves the most effective treatment for his/her individual needs.
“Together we will explore and uncover the root causes of your difficulties and build meaningful connections”