Sneha Pusapati, CSW


Sneha has spent most of her life within the immigrant community of Salt Lake and began her work with the refugee community while working with first-generation college students at the University of Utah. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Cognitive Science in 2019 and headed various anti-racist social justice efforts during this time. Following this, Sneha pursued her Masters of Social Work at Boston College in Massachusetts where she interned at homes for the developmentally disabled and later as a therapist at a domestic violence shelter. She received the Margaret McGinley Award for academic excellence and continued efforts towards cultural competency in the field and graduated in 2021. Sneha seeks to center compassion, equity, and community in her work at UHHR and continues to be driven by social justice principles. As a therapist at UHHR, she is excited to apply cultural humility, community empowerment, and trauma-informed practices to her clinical work with clients.

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