I am Precious Grimes and my specialty is providing a safe and interactive environment to tackle difficult subjects, deep seated trauma, or to just say the things you never thought you would say out loud. I've worked in the mental health field for over 10 years and has been a licensed psychotherapist for over 5 years. I have a passion of developing life plans that are therapeutic and creative to explore to make your goal chasing meaningful and powerful. I design my framework to help tap into your natural power and use evidence based practices to help you reach your Therapeutic Glow.
My approach consist of many avenues including providing empowerment content and strategies through literacy and other forms of interventions. I provide opportunities to explore mental health through therapy services, modules, psycho-educational techniques, and task oriented guidance.
My therapeutic approach is to help solve problems for today’s woman by balancing the hustle and bustle of life, with creating a space to discover and/or rediscover “Who I Am” and how to heal from life’s issues that have caused anxiety and an overwhelming sense of self-doubt.
This framework will engage females of all walks of life who have a common goal of becoming HER BEST by first starting with how she views self. She may struggle with dealing with the broken pieces caused by her trauma, unhealthy relationship patterns, parenting mishaps, and self-inflicted negative coping habits that often overshadows her authentic self and feelings. She will learn to connect the pieces to start healing and self develop positive patterns of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that promotes healing.
The framework will explore cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), person centered approach, and solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) that encompass mindfulness techniques and other strategies that promote action, accountability, and achievement.
I provide a comprehensive set of services for:
Those who struggle with motherhood
Those who experience unhealthy relationships
Those who use codependency or negative attachment to formulate her identity
Those who struggle with making and maintaining connections as result of trauma
Those struggling with healing from past trauma and experiencing adverse symptoms