Ieisha is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Co-Director of Training at Sankofa. She has extensive experience working with challenges associated with interpersonal violence, grief and loss, depression, women’s health, anxiety, sexuality and gender minorities, as well as individuals navigating the difficulties associated with employment in legal professions. Additionally, Ieisha provides clinical evaluations in support of immigration cases including; domestic violence (VAWA), asylum, and petitions for extreme hardship waivers.
She works collaboratively with individuals, groups, and couples to provide the therapeutic support necessary for both personal growth and the achievement of individual goals. With several years of clinical counseling experience, Ieisha has worked in multiple clinical settings. Some of them include hospitals, university counseling centers, private practice, judicial systems, and community mental health organizations. Ieisha’s therapeutic approach is non-judgmental, individualized, and strength-based treatment. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as her primary framework to facilitate change. Ieisha is also trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches to meet the unique needs of individuals.