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Herbal Practitioner Consultation

Many people are taking charge of their own health. In addition to seeing a licensed physician, the number of people who are choosing a naturopathic holistic lifestyle is growing daily. Supplements and herbal medicine are the oldest forms of God given healing known to humankind. Our holistic practitioner can provide the client with options to enhance their physical and mental health.

***The Herbal practitioner is not a licensed physician. It is strongly advised you have a physical with your primary care physician prior to booking an appointment***


Afrocentric Based Coaching

Afrocentric coaching is based on holistic African-centered approaches to therapy. Rooted and grounded in African American psychology, it addresses the socio-historical, racial, and environmental issues faced by Diasporic African and Foundational Black Americans. Excellent for those who do not trust Eurocentric modalities and want a holistic unbiased cultural and strengths-based approach to individual, relationship, and family issues using MAAT and/or the research of African American scholars in the field.


Ionic Foot Bath

The purpose of the Ionic Foot Bath is to pull toxins from the feet. Many have reported being relieved of arthritis of the knees, relief from headaches, and many other health complaints. The ingredients in the bath bring the body’s PH level down to a more alkaline, less acidic level. It helps detoxify and re-energizes the body, ridding it of mercury and heavy metals.


Socio-historical Trauma Mapping

Trauma Mapping is the process of looking for familial patterns of negative energies and experiences. These experiences become a part of our DNA. Also called generational curses certain patterns of behavior, such as alcoholism, domestic violence, introversion, and attachment issues can be traced back to gain an understanding of why we are the way we are and who we may have inherited our personal traits from.

Color Therapy

Colors have a large impact on our mood and mental health. The colors we wear tell others about our mental health and mood. The colors of a room influence our mood as well: This is why blue is a calming color, but red can raise the blood pressure or say “I’m here for business”. Color therapy has been used for centuries and is still used in business, physical health clinics and classrooms. By using color therapy, we can assist you in stabilizing your emotions, changing your energy and uplifting your mental well-being.



Aromatherapy is an ancient method of using the natural substances in aromatic plants for medicinal and psychological benefits. The aroma produced has unique healing properties that activate parts of the brain and body that regulate mood and physical well-being.


Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP)

NLP is important because it enhances our ability to communicate. NLP helps us with our logical, emotional, and intuitive intelligence: Skills we need to interact in today’s hypersensitive stressful society. It is highly effective in increasing communication skills. It helps one articulate their needs and wants and provides the ability to modal the behaviors we need to produce the results we want in life.


Guided Meditation

A holistic approach to meditation that encompasses several modalities which may include aromatherapy, music therapy and deep breathing exercises to relieve stress, lower blood pressure and create a sense of oneness and peace.

Individual therapy

One on one individualized collaboration with a therapist (AMFT, MFT, ASW Psychologist). Individual therapy will be conducted at a minimum 1 hour weekly. The treatment modality will vary as the therapist will meet the client where they are at in their process using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution focused Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.


Family Therapy

Family therapy allows systemic issues within the family system to be addressed to facilitate the healing process for the entire family. The goal is to help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. 


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Is a short-term therapeutic modality used to help people suffering from Clinical Post-Traumatic Stress return to normal state of functioning after a traumatic event.  In addition to addressing cognitive distortions and maladaptive coping mechanisms due to the various stressors in life. Cognitive Behavioral therapy addresses the various thought patterns that impacts emotions and influences behavior. CBT can help people reduce stress, cope with complicated relationships, deal with grief, and face many other common life challenges. The goal is to be able to manage emotions in a healthy manner.


Motivational Interviewing

Is a client centered technique used to identify intrinsic motivation for change by exploring and addressing ambivalence to the process of change and growth. 


Group therapy

Is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Group therapy assist with normalizing experiences and building a network of people to navigate through shared experiences.


Cognitive processing therapy (CPT)

Is a specific type of cognitive behavioral therapy that has been effective in reducing symptoms of PTSD that have developed after experiencing a variety of traumatic events including child abuse, combat, rape, and natural disasters.


Trauma informed Therapy - trauma-informed approach seeks an awareness of the widespread impact of trauma on life experience and relationships. It recognizes trauma's role in the outlook, emotions, and behavior of a person with a trauma history.


LGBT Affirmative therapY

Is a type of psychotherapy used to validate and advocate for the needs of sexual and gender minority clients. Therapists use verbal and nonverbal means to demonstrate an affirming stance toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) clients.

Grief and loss

Each loss we experience is compounded by previous losses.  It’s important to note that in some instances, just because you can’t see the signs of grief, it doesn’t necessarily mean that someone is not grieving. The goal is to assist in the processing of grief through the various stages and types of grief.

Children therapy (5-11)

Using forms of play therapy with combination of Cognitive Behavioral therapy/ Behavioral modification.


Adolescent therapy (12-18)

Using forms of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and trauma informed care. 

Lecture series

Lectures from community members, scholars and practitioners on subjects of importance to the community

Educational presentations

Presentations on educational advocacy, college information, testing, and historical and holistic health information

Support Groups

Support groups for single parents, caregivers, grief, mental health

Community Psychoeducation

Information on living with mental health issues, modalities available and alternatives to treatment.

LGBT Affirming support

A safe place to learn without judgment, grow and a place for parents who need assistance with understanding and supporting their child.

Educational Advocates

Assistance with IEP, 504 plans, SARB Hearings, expulsion hearings

Juvenile justice prevention

We have probation specialists who understand the system and can assist you before your child gets involved in the system, help you understand your rights when your child does get involved, and help provide compliance with the terms and conditions to get your child off of it.

CSEC Sex trafficking seminars and information

Our CSEC Subject Matter expert can inform you of the risk factors and stages of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.

Vegan/Vegetarian resources

We can provide information on switching to a Vegan/vegetarian lifestyle and help support you with the transition.

Community programs

Financial literacy, parenting, anger management, substance abuse, bullying, mentoring, etc. We provide community programs specific to what the community needs.

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