As a therapist it has always been my desire to help other women that look like me. Women that face the same struggles, barriers, and stigmas as myself. It is important that women of color know that they are not alone and can relate to the person that is helping them. Help should be available without needing to defend your cultural norms or explain things that would already be understood by a black therapist. I believe this helps to reduce anxiety surrounding treatment and lessens the likelihood that clients will feel judged. It is important that black women feel safe, protected, accepted, and heard in therapy. While the thought of therapy can be scary, I aim to make the process easy as possible by being supportive, transparent, and empathetic towards all of my clients. I am currently accepting new clients and I look forward to helping you navigate your life's journey.