Nailah Wilds (she/her) is a dance/movement therapist (LCAT-LP) who received her Master’s degree from Pratt Institute. While she practices psychodynamic psychotherapy, as a Dance Movement therapist she also believes in seeking knowledge from the body as it connects to past trauma and present emotional awareness, rather than solely relying on the mind.
Specializing in eating disorders with years of experience at various levels of treatemnt, she has a deep understanding of the many systems that can prevent people from recovery. As such, her work serves to provide clients with the agency to seek recovery that fits them and their many identities, instead of using a one size fits all approach.
Nailah is interested in promoting body liberation for all of her clients through increasing the connection between the mind and body. As a Black therapist, she is committed to empowering all folx in marginalized bodies, especially those who identify as BIPOC and those living in fat bodies.