Our coaching center is designed to help you gain the life that you want to live
Welcome! I am La-Keya Williams and I currently possess a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Rosemont College and two years of clinical psychology education from The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Instilling hope and resilience through treatment is a hallmark of my work.
For almost 15 years, I've had the awesome privilege of providing therapy and case management to diverse individuals. Particularly, within intensive outpatient and outpatient settings, I have assisted individuals in compassionate care coordination and in creating and executing individualized plans to heal.
As a cis-gender woman of color, I have both lived experience and clinical experience that attest to the importance of using culturally centered and trauma-informed interventions/clinical skills to dismantle barriers to treatment and healing for communities of color. Providing equitable and compassionate services for underserved and underrepresented populations within various therapeutic settings is a consistent and urgent priority for me. I am a constant and persistent advocate for integrated PERSONHOOD meaning that my presence in therapy is solidified through interactions that empower individuals as they are, providing resources that affirm and protect their experiences and uniqueness so they can reach their full potential.
Kishna J. Celce
Welcome! I am Kishna J. I am a certified Life, Relationship, and Parenting Coach, specializing in Trauma-Informed Recovery. I am also a dedicated mother, friend, wife, and woman.
I am a domestic abuse survivor; narcissistic abuse to be exact, and I am a woman who learned that I had to be hurt in order to be loved. When I became a mother, I decided that narrative didn't work for me anymore and made the conscious decision to change it- both for me and for my lineage.
I have an associate degree in Social Work, and 15+ years in youth and program development. I love to create things and ways that help people learn and grow, so becoming a coach was the best way for me to do that for others. I became a coach because I wanted to help people who have been through pain but didn't have a person or an outlet to assist them in healing. Learning how much pain stays in and affects our body, it was important for me to work with as many people as I could to aid them in releasing this pain and allowing their bodies the ability to rest and be at peace. Trauma-Informed Care is now my life's passion, and I am excited to share that passion, peace, and healing with you.
My name is Dahanna Nicolas, and I am a grief coach. I lost my husband to covid-19 and it was an unexpected and devastating loss. This loss shook my family's life and pushed me into coaching.
Losing my husband helped me to see just how difficult it is for people to mourn the loss of a loved one. Family and friends rush you to grieve, your job expects you to just return to work immediately, and life goes on. But what do you do when your life gets ripped apart? My first-hand experience with this pain has led me down the road to helping others who have also experienced (or are experiencing) this loss.
Understanding the stages of grief, processing the feelings that are associated with it, and learning how to come to peace with it are all of the things that I empower my clients with. Losing a loved one doesn't have to be the end of your story. My goal is to help you turn the page and start a new chapter.