I work with childhood abuse, behavioral issues, intimate partner violence, mood disorders, relationship challenges, life transitions, grief/loss, trauma, self esteem, stress, family conflict, racial identity, ethnic/cultural issues, women's issues, and the intersection of race, culture, class, gender, and mental wellness.
My Background and Approach
I use a strength-based, person centered, integrated approach, working collaboratively to identify, clarify, and create meaningful treatment goals. I work to meet individuals and families where they are, with the understanding that you are the expert of your own experience. I draw from a variety of evidence-based methodologies to create a unique therapeutic experience for each individual. Using mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, and holistic based approaches, I offer a realistic approach to the therapeutic process.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
Keisha's professional areas of interest include self-esteem, stress, family conflict, racial identity, ethnic/cultural issues, minority issues, women's issues, and the intersection of race, culture, class, gender, spirituality and mental wellness.
Keisha is a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, veteran, and human. She has trust in the therapeutic process and is dedicated to reducing the stigma of mental illness. She has a personal interest working with groups affected by cultural trauma. She is a believer in holistic treatment and practices veganism, yoga, and meditation in her personal life.