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Tanesha is honored to be in a field where she can collectively help individuals grow and transition from a place of difficulty to one of peace. Tanesha is completing her Master’s Program of Marriage and Family Therapy at Liberty University, and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She graduated in 2010 from Kaplan University with the highest honors, summa cum laude, and a Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies with a Concentration in Family Law and Mediation. Tanesha also provides mediation with individuals, couples and families. Tanesha is married with six daughters and enjoys spending time with her family, empowering and uplifting others, karaoke with her husband, spa night with her daughters, writing poetry, choreography, and coaching/playing basketball.
Tanesha’s educational experience has included training in working with couples, co-leading men’s and women’s groups, and formulating psychoeducational groups. Volunteer positions have included participating in community outreach events and planning and leading awareness and prevention programs for Domestic Violence, Breast Cancer Awareness, etc. at her own church. Tanesha is interested in counseling for teens’ fatherlessness, destructive dating relationships, forgiveness, self-worth issues, domestic violence, couple’s, marital, pre-material, fear and anxiety, women’s roles, envy and jealousy, approval and self-worth issues, and spiritual issues.
“I am humbled and honored to allow God to use my vessel to help others achieve their personal goals. When listening to an individual’s story, I come from a place of empathy, understanding that everyone’s experiences are unique, are theirs and theirs alone. With God beside me and with this understanding, I am here to help you with your transformation, whether it’s from a broken heart to a healed heart, from faulty thinking to a renewed mind (Romans 12:1-2), from worthless to worthy (Psalms 139:14), or whatever it may be. We (God and I) are here when you are ready!”