Kamilah Wright, MS
Sometimes we have so many shoulds in our heads that it’s hard to see a path forward that honors all of us – mind, body and soul. You can make changes in your life that honor all of who you are without compromising parts of you. Whether it’s external forces and oppression, or internal thoughts, feelings, or actions getting in the way, we will work together to embrace self-compassion, understand fully who you are, where you’re coming from, and where you want to go.
Trauma, depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns manifest themselves in many different ways and impact more than just the mind.
I help clients gain a greater understanding of themselves, their patterns and the barriers in their lives. interpersonal issues, identity, substance abuse, PTSD, trauma, relationships, anxiety, and depression are all experiences with which I am here to support you.
I have a Master’s degree in Community and Trauma Counseling and have been working in the mental health field for six years.
“I identify as a black Caribbean woman and I am passionate about systemic injustices that impact individuals on a larger scale.”
Kamilah is supervised by Leah Cohen, LCSW.