Denique Boxhill is a registered associate professional clinical counselor and a consultant at the intersection of mental health and organizational culture, centering racial equity. She has over a decade of experience working in healthcare management, including Big Four consulting, supporting organizational strategy development, and change management across the continuum of care. With a compassionate growth mindset, she facilitates conversations based on racial equity and helps organizations develop cultures and practices that advance inclusion and diversity.
In her clinical work, Denique co-creates courageous healing spaces with her clients through a culturally inclusive, trauma-informed lens. She supports youth, individual adults, couples, and families in a group practice setting and community mental health partnerships through her role as a Therapist in Residence with the Bay Area Chapter of The Association of Black Psychologists. Denique is committed to developing frameworks rooted in strong relationships that support equity and collaboration.
Denique serves on the Board of Directors of the California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors, for which she is also President-elect. She holds Master’s degrees in Clinical Counseling and Health Services Administration.