I am committed to addressing the well-being of Black men. We have been misunderstood, misperceived and mislabeled and it has had dire consequences for our mental health. The overall message is that we, and our mental health, do not matter. We have learned to cope with this reality by normalizing unhealthy habits and behaviors because we have not been given adequate, relatable spaces where we can heal.
It is my desire to provide a therapy space that acknowledges the uniqueness and diversity of Black men’s experiences, while also having a cultural awareness and understanding of Black men’s mental health treatment needs.
Professionally, I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Georgia with over 10 years of clinical experience. I specialize in individual therapy and have worked with diverse groups including active duty service members, veterans, the LGBTQ+ community, adolescents, older adults and people living with HIV/AIDS.
I am a graduate of Morehouse College and received my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from UCLA. While being trained at these institutions, I recognized a lack of mental health resources that acknowledged, understood and addressed the unique needs of Black men. It is my mission to address this need by providing a safe space where Black men can lay their burdens down free of fear, shame and judgement.
Contact me today so we can begin this journey together.