Hi! I’m glad you found your way to my page. I’m here to walk alongside you on this new journey towards healing and liberation. With my empathetic and compassionate nature, I create a safe space for you to work through the following issues: anxiety, depression, adjustment issues/life transitions, low self esteem, stress, college & graduate school concerns, identity issues (answering the question, “Who Am I?”) and a number of other mental health concerns.
I’m passionate about bringing people from all cultural backgrounds to a place of healing and liberation. As a Black woman, I know that there aren’t many therapists that look like me and I’m grateful to be in this position. I understand that as a BIPOC it can be challenging to find a therapist who looks like them or find a therapist who values their unique cultural backgrounds. I also understand that BIPOC have not received the mental healthcare that they so greatly need and deserve. I’m proud to have had the opportunity to co-create a therapy practice that provides holistic and culturally informed care that is so greatly needed during these times.
I take the time to get to know you and make sure that you feel comfortable bringing your whole self to therapy. In order to help facilitate healing and change, I personalize your therapy experience and incorporate personal details such as your favorite art, music, etc. I’ll also help you recognize your strengths and help you find coping skills to overcome your life challenges. You deserve to be a healthy and authentic version of yourself, and live out your God given purpose. Your life matters, you have a purpose and you have value. I look forward to working with you!
Who I work with:
– Young Adults
What I do:
– Teletherapy: therapy via video chat or phone
– Walk & Talk Therapy: if you’re in the Triad area, we’ll meet up at a local park and spend our session walking and talking in nature.