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Our African American ethnicity plays a pivotal and socially ificant role in our lives. Being Black forms part of our identity and informs us on how we see ourselves and the world, how others perceive us and relate to us. We know, for help. Our therapists can be flexible to meet your needs in this time and are here to help you.
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The therapist should respond to you byalthough we recommend that you follow up with a phone call. If you prefer corresponding via phone, leave your contact. If this is an emergency do not use this form. Call or your nearest hospital. Back Psychology Today. Therapists Teletherapy Psychiatrists More. Treatment Centers Support Groups. See all therapists in Erie. Offers online therapy. View. I am a d Professional Counselor who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have over 6 years of experience providing clinical mental health services in a variety of settings.
I utilized a trauma informed approach to assist individuals and families with managing symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood dysregulation, ADHD, complex trauma, relational issues, and problematic sexual behaviors. Clients who are feeling stuck in negative thought and behavior patterns would benefit from my expertise to help experience change. We all have times when life becomes more challenging and we can benefit from someone who has been down this path with many others and has learned from their struggles and triumphs.
People who struggle with being stuck, depressed anxious or disconnected benefit from this process. I treat individuals,couples and families. I treat each individual with care,respect,and sincerity. I am very aware of the importance of choosing a therapist that can meet your needs. My goal is to meet your needs. I am here to counsel people who want to feel happier more content or to reach their goals. Some common problems are depression, substance abuse or dependence, anxiety, relationship, anger, bi polar, psychosis and schizophrenia, and family problems.
Counseling supports the client to discuss and understand ones issues, needs, style, while developing insight and learning new skills. Most issues can improve through individual or family counseling. We will work together to improve your; emotional health, problem solving and goal setting. Having a counselor who listens and hears what you are going through can help you move past your stuck point. Matching Therapists providing teletherapy to clients in Pennsylvania.
Whether you are experiencing life transitions, a family crisis, or have a diagnosable mental health concern, the Full Being team is here to support. We provide comprehensive wellness care in a culturally responsive manner. Often time clinicians may just focus on the cognitive, or the emotional. We believe in a holistic concept; working with you to support your growth and address your needs in the mind, body and spirit. Black and African American. Charles G. Deeply passionate about social justice and facilitating and guiding positive change and development in the lives of others, I am thrilled to connect with you as you begin your journey inward.
Healing is truly the risk of showing up for yourself and your resistance to temptation to go back to unsilenced needs, numbing out, disconnection, and erasure. As we better our minds, we better ourselves. The humility that accompanies the ability to be open, honest, and willing in therapy is something that should be applauded.
I have a strong passion to help others understand and process their emotions and behaviors and recognize healthier options. As individuals, we encounter many obstacles in life and although we try, we cannot always do it on our own.
I wish that the impact that I have on someone is that they recognize this and that they have been granted with the tools that will better assist them. First let me thank you for being tried and True.
You have hung in there with me whether face to face or completely virtual. It is truly humbling to know clients who stay with you no matter what life has thrown at us. Your question may be what's next? The answer is a larger, more comfortable, suitable, and safer space for us to begin to meet face to face again. I don't want to serve you across a plastic screen. Until we find this space we will continue to serve you virtually and keep you informed of the progress. Akeesha M.
At Slay Therapy, we do not discriminate. We celebrate all identities and abilities in all bodies. We are able to provide counseling services to anyone seeking counseling with a cultural and gender competent, queer affirming, anti-racist and anti-oppressive lens. McPherson, is a d Professional Counselor, Bestselling Author, Consultant, Coach, and Clinical Supervisor that strives to provide individualized, trauma informed, culturally competent, and evidenced based treatment to individuals struggling with trauma, codependency, mood disorders and more.
Dathan C. If you are experiencing sadness, worry, or stress brought on by difficult experiences or events, you are now one step closer to becoming a healthier you. My name is Dr. Landon-Freeman and I recognize how important it is for you to start therapy with a compassionate, skilled, and effective provider. To learn more about me, please visit my website using the link below.
Between us, we have over years of experience working with clients on issues related to grief, depression, ADHD, Conduct, and Oppositional Defiant Disorders. We have worked with the African American and Latino communities around issues of self-esteem, discrimination, and family relationships. Asking for help can be hard, when help is perceived as a of weakness or inadequacy, for folks who identify as Black or Person of Color. Going to therapy is a of courage and self-awareness. If you have been feeling "stuck", have experienced childhood or recent traumatic events, struggle with anxiety, have difficulty in relationships, or unpleasant mood changes, I can help.
Our therapeutic relationship will help you gain awareness for life events and generational patterns that have been influencing you in the world. You will also get to develop new coping skills to strengthen your resilience, to overcome invisible wounds. Bourne ANEW, a consultation service founded by Kenn Bourne, a Philadelphia-based social worker, provides curated interventions and valuable skills to Black boys and young men, so they may have a fair shot to lead the purposeful lives we all need them to. Black bodies are complicated and intersect many systems.
Until now, this overlooked population has been forced to seek healing in therapeutic spaces that have not yet adapted to intersecting modalities of healing. Greetings, my name is Dr. Allena M. Moncrief and I have been providing therapeutic services to clients in the Philadelphia area since As a psychotherapist, I understand the decision to enter psychotherapy can be extremely challenging for some individuals.
Thus, I strive to meet individuals where they are in the therapeutic process. Not accepting new clients. My role is to offer guidance when the road gets dark; you that you are not alone. Together, we'll find the best way to approach your individual circumstance.
The word "Sankofa" reminds us that it's ok to reflect on the past I incorporate Art, Play, Hip Hop and the neurobiology of trauma brain science in creative ways to help you write the life story you want. BTW you don't need any art experience in an art therapy session .
You feel "other". And our current social and political climate is exacerbating it. You feel like no one gets it. You have such a hard time trusting people, so the idea of taking the first step to start therapy is terrifying. You don't feel like yourself anymore--and sometimes you wonder what that even means.
You feel shame. You feel like you simply "don't have time for therapy", but also know you can't continue like you have been. You want to feel more grounded, balanced, and resilient. But you have no idea how to get there. LaBaron W. I am a professional counselor who have worked with individuals, couples and families for 10 years.
I have helped people with parenting issues, loss and grief, anger management, depression, anxiety, spiritual and pastoral counseling, relationship issues, empowering youth and adults to overcome whatever situation they face with the strength that they already possess.
I believe in partnering with you and establishing a strong therapeutic relationship. I am a caring, compassionate, honest and dependable individual who believes in diversity and respecting others culture. Refine Black and African American. Types of Therapy. Ethnicity Served. Not enough Black and African American Therapists to choose from? Erie CountyPennsylvania. Black and African American Therapists If you're looking for African American therapy in Erie or for an Erie African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues.
Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Erie or Erie black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Erie. They provide African American counseling in Erie or black counseling in Erie and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Erie.
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