Adriana “Adri” Allman received her master’s in social work (LMSW) from Columbia University and her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. She has focused her career on the treatment of substance use disorders and trauma and seeks to offer interventions that honor the intersectionality of historically oppressed identities including LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. Adri is experienced in providing individual psychotherapy and facilitating group therapy to clients in outpatient settings targeting substance use and other mental health issues.
In her clinical practice, she uses a combination of harm reduction, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and other evidence-based therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She has worked as a Certified Support Specialist with NAMI in addition to conducting research through an NIH grant looking at the feasibility and acceptability of fentanyl test strip overdose prevention strategies aimed at reducing overdose deaths. In addition to mindfulness-based practices, she enjoys teaching and practicing yoga.
Scroll to Top