After the passing of my mother/best friend in 2013, I realized a lack of emotional and mental health support in the Black Christian community. I was inspired by the memory of my mother’s voice to “Fill the Void”. My mission is to reduce the shame of being vulnerable and speaking our truths about our unseen pains and illnesses; to reduce the stigma associated with seeking professional help; and to change the language we use about all of it. I take on a person-centered approach that values the whole client, and I aim to provide professional services with an emphasis on safety, trust, genuineness, and respect. I also offer faith-based support, and challenge misconceptions about combining psychology and spirituality. I emphasize transparency and that it is okay not to be okay, but it is not okay to feel you have to go through painful experiences alone.