Princess is a proud graduate of Michigan State University from the Department of Theatre and uses her love of the arts to facilitate healing and progress amongst her clients. She considers herself to be an out-of-the-box therapist and comes to you with 8 years of experience in human services, mental and behavioral health. She is currently a Doctor of Behavioral Health Clinical student at Arizona State University and is passionate about decreasing the stigma of mental health care amongst people of color and other marginalized communities through behavioral changes. Princess specializes in working with children/adolescents, young adults, and families who have become overtaken with stress, are in need of tools to cope with anxiety, depression, past trauma, social and cultural isolation concerns, autism spectrum disorder, mood disorders, school and behavioral problems, those who just need a welcoming embrace and listening ear and are ready to start living life more fully.
Princess also has extensive experience with the LGBT community and is Board Certified in Tele-Mental Health and uses various techniques to make therapy engaging and beneficial for her clients. Princess is a native Detroiter, but Guyanese by culture. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her toddler daughters, going on dates with her husband, writing poetry and playing one of her 6 instruments. Taking this first step is challenging, but will be abundantly rewarding.
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