Kamilah Wright, MS
Taking the first step to begin therapy takes courage, strength, and vulnerability.
Kamilah values and understands this. Kamilah is a black Caribbean woman who is dedicated to understanding BIPOC folks who may not yet understand their needs and want support with understanding themselves, their relationships, and the world around them. Kamilah uses both a trauma-informed and holistic lens to explore both internal and external forces that may be barriers to you showing up in the world as your full and authentic self. Kamilah will work with you to embrace self-love and compassion and understand who you are, where you are coming from, and where you want to go.
“From interpersonal or systemic issues, identity, substance abuse, PTSD, trauma, relationships, anxiety, or depression. These are all experiences with which I am here to support you. I am passionate about supporting BIPOC folks with exploring and managing the impacts of system oppression and intergenerational trauma on their mental health. ”
Kamilah has a Master’s degree in Community and Trauma Counseling and has been working in the mental health field for 7 years.
Kamilah is supervised by Leah Cohen, LCSW.