Tsotso Ablorh

Science Writer

Tsotso is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Her work centers client perspectives over institutional interests and holds clinicians to a standard of improving clients’ quality of life and lived experience. She primarily researches improvements to culturally relevant therapeutic methods based on the experiences and needs of marginalized peoples; including methods for training therapists, decreasing therapist cultural biases, and assessing the effectiveness of therapist training. Prior to graduate school, her work included supporting sexual assault survivors, as well as developing mental health resources, community spaces, and intervening with administration to better support BIPOC, first-generation, disabled, LGBTQ+, immigrant, and low-income college students.