“No hour is ever eternity, but it has its right to weep.”
― Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God
When we are in the middle of finding out about ourselves, solving the problems that we sometimes have no solutions, or mourning what life has brought us, we are growing- Mentally, Emotionally, and Spiritually.
Therapy is a place where you can embrace all those things through holding space for wellness and healing. As a professional counselor specializing in the wellness of Black and Brown people, specifically women. Using theoretical modalities and frameworks that embrace the lived experiences of clients through use of intersectionality, I provide therapy to clients who need guidance in their healing.
Counseling issues that include anxiety, depression, racial stress, workplace related stress, women issues, identity -focused matters, and mood disorders are all handled with competency and care that encourages therapy as a safe place.
I look forward to working on eliminating the taboo ideas around therapy through continued work with clients who can benefit from an environment providing positive regard and understanding for the treatment process.