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Inma Iglesias


Inma (she, her, ella) is a passionate and dedicated clinician that believes in the healing process of therapy and understands how heavy the stories we carry are. She is compassionate and caring, and follows the lead of those that struggle in different ways while using evidence-based therapeutic modalities.

Inma has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults, and provides services tailored to the developmental level and needs. She uses a relationship-based approach and her modalities are trauma-informed. She has a passion for helping people feel more connected, grounded, and safe in their relationships.  

Services Offered:

  • Psychotherapy for children, families, and adults

  • Supervision:

  - Clinical Supervision

  - Play Therapy Supervision

  • Immigration Evaluations

  • Trainings and Consultation

Areas of Expertise

Psychotherapy for children, families, and adults, clinical supervision, and psychological evaluations for immigration proceedings.



Inma Iglesias, LICSW, LCSW-C, RPT-S is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years of experience working with adults, children, and families in different multicultural settings. Originally from Spain, she speaks Spanish and English fluently. She is also a white, cisgender, activist, Hispanic woman committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. 


Inma received her Master’s in Clinical Social Work from the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. in 2011 and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Salamanca, Spain, in 1999. She holds a clinical license in Washington, DC, and Maryland.


Inma is a board approved Social Work Supervisor by the state of Maryland, a certified Grief Counselor, a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, a certified Parent-Child Interaction Therapist, a certified Child-Parent Psychotherapist, and a Level I Theraplay practitioner. In addition to working in the private practice setting, she has experience providing therapy in schools, outpatient clinics, and community non-profits.  

Inma is trained in psychodynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-informed treatment, grief and loss, expressive therapies (sand tray, art, play, and mindfulness), and Internal Family Systems (IFS). 

Public speaking:

  • Mental Health Crisis among Children and Adolescents, Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School, May 2022

  • Advancing the Wellbeing of Latino Families in DC using a Community of Practice Approach, Universidad Central del Caribe, Puerto Rico, February, 2021

  • Stress, Trauma, and Coping in the times of COVID-19, AmeriHealth Behavioral Health Webinar, Washington, DC. September, 2020

  • PCIT at the schools: Lessons learned, School Based Mental Health Annual Conference, Washington, DC. July, 2017          

  • Case Management in Action for Families and Youth, DHS-IMA Annual Conference, Washington, DC. August, 2009

  • Family Matters – An Essential Connection, DHS-IMA Annual Conference, Washington, DC. August, 2008

Trainings and workshops offered:

For school staff:

  • Teaching with emotional intelligence

  • Trauma and the brain

  • Creating a Trauma-Informed School Culture

  • Teachers Wellness: preventing burnout and supporting self-care practices in the classroom

For parents: 

  • Social media and gaming among children and adolescents

  • The Good Enough Parent

  • How to support children with anxiety and depression

  • How to talk to children when a loved one dies

  • Supporting your child with ADHD and executive functioning

For therapists: 

  • Clinical documentation and billing in the school setting

  • Bibliotherapy and videogames in sessions

  • Play Therapy: from setting up the office to the fundamentals of play

  • Child-Centered Play Therapy

  • Assessment and Treatment of clients using expressive therapies 

  • Clinical Supervision 101

  • Reflective Supervision 

Blog: Being Good Enough 


Contact Me

For testimonials, fees, and other inquiries, please contact Inma through our secured message system, via email, or phone call. 


Phone: 202-725-0793

Washington, DC


Psychology Today: search Inma Iglesias, Washington, DC 


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