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ABOUT ME

Are you feeling “trapped” inside of your own head? Do you frequently feel stuck in life, like you can't put one foot in front of the other? Are you constantly on the move but not progressing? Do you lack the focus you need? Are your relationships going down the drain faster than you can salvage them? Do you feel misunderstood and alone? Do you find yourself helping everybody, but you still feel unappreciated and used? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you're in the right place. In today's world of follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat, it’s very easy to hide these feelings behind your next selfie, but it's time to stop hiding. Come sit and talk with me and we’ll figure this out together. You need to get back to, or, begin, living your best life!

ABOUT LAKISHA

Free-Spirited, Bubbly Social Worker… Yep, That’s Me!

Hello, I bet you didn’t think that your therapist could look and sound like you, your mother, your sister or your friends. Yes! I’m from the South. Yes! I graduated from an HBCU. Yes! I look and talk just like you! I’m Lakisha Shears, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Maryland and the District of Columbia. I'm a migrant from Memphis Tennessee who fell in love with the rich culture and resilience of both Maryland and DC. I graduated with my Masters in Social Work from Morgan State University!

I’m a solution-focused therapist, who is passionate about providing therapy that is unique to you. I specialize in therapy for individuals who lack the self-confidence needed to achieve their goals. Over the last decade, I have worked in various capacities, including: education, domestic violence, child & adult protective services, substance abuse, and the outpatient mental health fields. My southern roots attribute to my uncanny ability to connect with people from all walks of life. I provide a unique, non-conservative approach to therapy that many refer to as “half-holistic, half-hood”. I’m dedicated to serving the unconventional therapy seekers. The disenfranchised populations, who typically don’t access therapy.

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