Dominique identifies as a Black/African American woman. She entered into the field of mental health to create spaces where clients feel seen and heard without labels being placed on them. Dominique's areas of speciality are working with black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), anxiety, depression, everyday life stressors, persons who suffer from chronic illness, BIPOC who experience imposter syndrome and women who struggle with superwoman syndrome.
Dominique accepts client who reside in New York and Georgia that are self pay and use insurance
Nia identifies as a Black/African American woman. She entered into the world of mental health to help individuals have a safe space to express themselves and help them to learn skills to address the challenges they face on a daily basis. Nia's areas of speciality are anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, family conflict, parent/child dynamics and parenting skills.
Licensed Master of Social Worker (LMSW) in the state of New York
Nia accepts self pay clients who reside in New York only.