Lawanna D. Brown
Do you ever feel “some type of way” most of the day?
Do you often feel angry, annoyed, or irritated?
As women, we hold a variety of roles – mother, daughter, wife, sister, friend, girlfriend, and employee. With all the roles that we fulfill daily, it is no surprise that we experience frequent mood swings, anxiety, and depression.
We wonder and even hope that there is more to life than just surviving. There is more – it’s living. Your path to peace, balance, and harmony begins with acceptance, acknowledgment, and a commitment to changing your life
THERE IS MORE
IT’S CALLED LIVING!
Your path to peace, balance, and harmony begins with acceptance, acknowledgment, and a commitment to changing your life.
Are you worth it?
Are you ready to start living?
I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Guilford College and Masters in Mental Health Counseling Clinical from North Carolina A&T State University. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), I specialize in areas such as Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Self-Esteem, Relationship Issues and Grief/Loss.
I work with clients ages 16+ and provide Individual, Group counseling, Psychoeducation, and Wellness Trainings. I guide you in resolving the issues that have locked you in a negative state.
Together, we sort out these issues using cognitive behavioral, acceptance commitment, and interpersonal therapy. Through these methods, I assist women in stopping negative behaviors, disconnecting from the pain they are experiencing, and replacing the negative with positive, which results in an improved sense of well-being. In this process, the negative influences of the past are eliminated so healing can begin. Through care and compassion we work towards “Bringing the pieces of life back together” – unknown.