to Strength Redefyned, where your needs are the priority. There's strength in vulnerability and giving yourself grace.
Often times, driven and highly motivated Black professionals experience anxiety and high levels of stress that can present as feeling anxious, over-tired, nervous, difficulty concentrating, as well as other commonly overlooked symptoms.
The demands of your career and personal life can create fatigue, whether physical and/or emotional.
I am here to serve you
As a successful Black professional, I understand the challenges that come with being the one who is typically leading and helping others. I am a Therapist offering individual counseling as well as marriage and couples counseling to clients in:
~ North Carolina
There's strength in intentional vulnerability. Let’s defy the belief that strength is not found in openness, and improve your quality of life through a journey of self-care and stress management!
Monique Williams, LCSW
Education & Background
I am a Therapist/ Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). I have been a mental health clinician for 9+ years and a helping professional for 15 years.
~ Counseling/Clinical Social Work (US + UK)
~ Traditional Outpatient Therapy
~ Counseling the Military population
~ Behavior Specialist Consultation
~ Program Coordination
Specialized Skills & Training:
~ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
~ Cognitive Processing Therapy
~ Clinical Supervision
2007 - 2009
University of Pennsylvania
Clinical Social Work
2001 - 2006
North Carolina Central University
Bachelor of Social Work
My goal as a professional:
My goal is to use my skills, training, and experience to provide a safe space for you to be heard and receive support during your stressful times. With me, you don’t need to have it all together, you only need to give me the opportunity to support you. With an emphasis on providing a unique experience of a space that will be yours and prioritize you, I look forward to meeting you!
As a successful Black professional, I understand the challenges that come with being the one who is typically leading and helping others. I am passionate about working with Black professional women to identify and define their strengths and goals, as well as to “redefyne” the narrative of strength.
"I spent roughly 4 months doing counselling with Monique on issues such as anxiety, relationship issues and self esteem.
As someone who was new to counselling, I was very nervous about it. Monique always made me feel comfortable and was very understanding when I was talking about the issues I was facing. She helped me set goals and work towards them in a very supportive and constructive way, with great feedback and at a pace I was comfortable with. She is flexible and responsive. Very grateful to have had her support through a challenging time in my life.
J. Breen (February 2021)"