CARE YOU CAN TRUST
Gain peace, self-acceptance, and power through
therapy. I-siyu provides clients with a nurturing,
calming, and non-judgmental space for healing and growth.
At I-siyu you're provided with:
Skills needed to recognize and eliminate unhealthy thought patterns.
Tools to create and maintain change.
Empowerment to master your mind.
Journal writing workshops.
I-siyu is here to help you navigate through some of life's difficult issues. Life stressors and trauma can cause anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and other problems. Through therapy you can gain insight, learn healthy coping mechanisms, and build the confidence to change your behavior – all with the help of a supportive therapist.
"Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn't you - all of the expectations, all of the beliefs - and becoming who you are." - Rachel Naomi Remen
SERVICES ~ SPECIALTIES
ANXIETY & DEPRESSION
END OF LIFE ISSUES
JOURNAL TO THE SELF WORKSHOPS
GET TO KNOW ME
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Georgia)
Certified Journal to the Self Instructor
Sawubono is a Zulu greeting that means, “I see you.” In opening my practice I wanted a name that reflected, not what I do professionally, but a reflection of my beliefs. As a therapist, I see past a client’s defense mechanisms, past the presenting problem, and I see who they really are. Through the process of therapy, you get to see who YOU truly are.
Let's be honest, life can be difficult and the same can be true for the therapeutic journey; but I’m here to guide and support you without judgment. This is your journey. This is your chance to seize the opportunity for personal growth.
My goal is to help you understand yourself more deeply, to help you better cope with change, to move through the fear, and to help you reach the goals you set for yourself.
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Georgia Crisis and Access Line: 1-800-715-4225