Well-Play Counseling & Wellbeing Center is a female-centered healing space that frames our work through a social justice lens. Understanding that the mental health of women of color is often complicated by racial injustices, psycho-social factors, negative cultural stereotypes, and more. It is important that Well-Play Counseling & Wellbeing Center therapists be culturally competent, provide a safe holding space, and show up authentically to assist in your healing. While women of color are our focus, all are welcome. If you find a Well-Play Counseling & Wellbeing Center program or therapist that resonates with you, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Jeneba Young (pronounced jeh-neh-ba)
I embrace the belief, the way we treat others reflects how we treat and feel about ourselves. I draw from narrative therapy, client-centered approach, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I ground my therapeutic work in empathy, authenticity, and honesty, all with a judgement free acceptance. With experience working with children, adolescents, adults, who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, sexual abuse, eating disorder, low self-esteem, relationships conflict and life transitions. I am most passionate about working with and empowering women believing in the divine feminine strength and desires to encourage women to embrace their inner truths unapologetically. While working together we will investigate positive and negative life patterns, identify where growth is beneficial, explore difficult truths and re-word your life journey in a positive light.
Jeneba holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University, and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University.
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #121338
Supervised by Denise Williams, LMFT #92559