Courage by definition is moving forward even when we are afraid. Emotions can overwhelm us, but we don't have to suffer alone.
Do you find yourself emotionally exhausted managing your child's behavioral concerns? Are you navigating the foster and adoption care system and find yourself in need of support? Are you struggling with life transitions (new college student, marriage/divorce, and/or change in employment status)?
Allow a therapist to help support you through some of life's toughest moments. Quesha Combs is a dynamic clinician and proud member of Cherese M. Alcorn, MSW, LCSW, LLC group practice. Some of her greatest strengths as a clinician include rapport building with children and their families, advocating for the needs of LGBTQIA people of color, and supporting patients' self-determination while helping them reach their treatment goals. She has received training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Brainspotting, and Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga. Quesha is passionate about bringing awareness and education to the importance of developmental trauma.