I am a licensed marriage and family therapist with offices in West Los Angeles and Downtown Los Angeles. I help adult men and women who are seeking to expand their awareness and overcome dysfunctional thinking. Issues that are explored and worked throug
Proverbs Counseling Services provides individual, couple and family therapy as well as clinical supervision for ASW, AMFT or APCC statewide via telehealth in California.
I am a licensed therapist, providing individual, family, couples, and group therapy.
I provide therapy to individuals, couples and adolescents with a wide variety of concerns; which include, but are not limited to, trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions, communication, and issues related to attachment. I offer an eclectic approach that places a heavy emphasis on the patient-therapist relationship, to help you gain insight, and develop the tools to make lasting life changes.
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My clients usually approach me when they are ready to make a change in their lives. They are experiencing conflicts, inside themselves or with others, and are looking for an empathic, flexible and dynamic clinician to provide support and guidance.
Hello, I am Dr. Keisha C. White, a Clinical and School Psychologist in private practice (virtual/telehealth therapy) at KCW Psychological Services and MLH Psychology.
My work has focused on helping individuals with anxiety, stress, trauma, depression, self-esteem, interpersonal relationships (family, platonic, romantic), work-life balance, life transitions, special-education assessment, Individual Education Plans (IEP), and fostercare/adoption/transracial adoption therapy.
I earned my Bachelor Degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey, double majoring in Dance and Psychology. I trained as a psychologist in New Jersey, New York City, and California. I completed an APA accredited internship at Pacific Clinics and Post Doctoral Fellowship at both Harbor UCLA Medical Center and Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. I have worked in hospital (inpatient and residential), college psychological services, outpatient clinics, as well as, community, school, and home-based settings.
As an African American woman growing up in multicultural and ethnically diverse communities, I understand the interrelated impact of diverse cultures, individual differences, and environmental contexts on the development and worldviews of individuals. I recognize the importance yet challenges with having multifaceted identities (e.g., race, age, sexual identity, religion, socio-economic status, education, personal interests…etc) and remaining “true to self,” while engaging in mainstream culture.
With this knowledge, I continue to instill in my clients (as well as myself) the importance of maintaining mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health and wellness practices, as well as, feelings of HOPE, self-acceptance, and the understanding that the experiences I have had and the choices I have made are not finite and do not solely define my identity. My clients and I are both “agents of change,” constantly progressing, and continuously developing through this journey called life.
I am focused on facilitating hope and healing through mental health and wellness practices for women and men of color, as well as underrepresented groups in the mental health space. I connect with my clients through my personal experiences, and utilize my professional training and creativity to assist my clients with developing and implementing individualized effective strategies to address their challenges.
“I am you, I see you, I care”
I provide therapy services to residents of CA, NY, NJ, MA, and CT
Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) me or call me (323-207-5454) to schedule a free consultation session.
I look forward to speaking with you!