Taeisha (she/her/hers) is a pre-licensed fellow, with years of experience. Her practice is concentrated on trauma, race, grief, depression, anxiety, faith exploration and life adjustments. She particularly enjoys helping families work through conflict and understand early trauma and its role in family dynamics.
As a member of a queer focused trauma collective she work with adults, adolescents, families and couples with cultural sensitivity. Building strong bonds with her clients and fostering a safe and secure therapeutic alliance.
Additionally, Taeisha is a certificated parenting coach. She adds insight to families and couples adjusting to difficult moments. She focuses on strengths, beliefs and values to build stronger connections within family systems.
In therapy sessions, Taeisha provides a warm environment in which she encourages clients to identify their therapeutic goals. She encourages clients to actively participate in their treatment, soliciting frequent feedback and guiding them in promoting changes in their lives. Taeisha focuses largely on the client’s strengths and uses a client-centered approach to help clients develop their true potential. Other techniques are used to fit clients’ specific goals and incorporate various techniques, includes: psychodynamic, relational, CBT, motivational, trauma-informed, strengths-based and solution-focused therapies.