Dr. Maslowe began her counseling training at Palm Beach Atlantic University and transitioned to obtain a doctorate in clinical psychology. She has returned to Palm Beach Atlantic to pursue her passion of training Christian counselors. She has a diverse background in working with children, adolescents, parents, and families across diagnostic presentations. She completed her internship at Jackson Memorial Medical Center/University of Miami, specializing in providing therapy and psychological assessment to children and adolescents in acute, residential, and outpatient settings. Dr. Maslowe completed her residency in a combined therapeutic day school and outpatient clinic providing comprehensive developmental evaluations and behavioral interventions for children with autism spectrum disorders. Additionally, Dr. Maslowe has received extensive training and supervision in working with children, adolescents, and families who have experienced traumatic events, including childhood trauma, grief and loss, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking. She is a certified traumatologist through The Green Cross Academy of Traumatology. She has traveled internationally as part of the trauma leadership team providing training and supervision to graduate students working towards Green Cross certification in impoverished communities, orphanages, and refugee camps. Additionally, she’s been an active responder providing support to survivors and community members impacted by the Orlando Pulse Nightclub mass shooting and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting. Dr. Maslowe’s passion for crisis and trauma counseling has played a key role in the development of Palm Beach Atlantics concentration in Crisis and Trauma Counseling of which she has created and leads the faculty in teaching two of the courses. She is a member of American Counseling Association, Florida Counseling Association, and American Association of Christian Counselors.