My name is Quaneshe and I can help you navigate through tough times.
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” -Maya Angelou
I am honored to advocate, support, and empower children and their families to overcome life’s difficulties. I use a person-centered approach, always meeting people where they are and what they are ready to work on. I put a strong emphasis on co-creating an environment where clients feel safe, while challenging them to become the best versions of themselves. Many of us fall within the spectrum of dealing with challenges by confronting them head on or by simply avoiding it altogether; I’m here to help you establish a healthy balance between the two. I will help by pointing out behaviors that are in your control, while understanding that it’s okay to not always be okay. I also enjoy working on communication skills for kids, teens, and adults. Teaching healthy ways to communicate thoughts and feelings is my passion! Communication is so important to how we navigate relationships, our families, and our lives. I have worked with individuals and families in the school setting, in homes, and in the community which helps me understand how environments can contribute to individual concerns.
I see children and adults while specializing in treating child trauma, sexual abuse, anxiety, and depression. I work on creating strategies that help work through distress, skill building, and provide practical ways to respond to life’s difficulties.
Quaneshe Liggins, MSW, LCSWA graduated from Johnson C. Smith University with a bachelor’s and master’s in social work. She is Community Resiliency Model (CRM) certified at the provider and trainer level along with being a Family Centered Treatment (FCT) trained therapist.