Individual Therapy

This is for individuals who are looking for someone to hear their pain, alleviate anxieties, and reduce negative symptoms without feeling like they are being judged.  

Are you looking for someone who can identify with the daily issues you face in life? Coming to For Me Talk Therapy, LLC can be the first step to alleviating those symptoms and becoming unstuck.  Meet one on one with the therapist in a private safe confidential space.

Ecosystem Structural Family Therapy (ESFT)

Ecosystemic structural family therapy (ESFT) is a systemic, strength-based, and trauma-informed family therapy model that has evolved from structural family therapy (SFT; Minuchin in Families and family therapy, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1974).  

ESFT is based on the fundamental assumption that child, parental, and marital functioning are inextricably linked to their relational environment. Five interrelated constructs guide ESFT therapists in their understanding of clinical problems: family structure; family and individual emotional regulation; individual differences (e.g., historical, biological, cultural, developmental); affective proximity; and family development (Gehart 2010). 


Anger Management

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This therapy is offered specifically for individuals who have been mandated throught the court system or their jobs to do anger management. Anger is often a result of hurt, fear, pain, trauma, or learned behavior.  You will learn to understand your anger, your triggers, how to manage your anger, and most importantly how to accept the things you cannot control. The therapist is a Certified Anger Management Specialist II through the National Anger Management Association (NAMA). Individuals will get a certificate upon successful completion of 10 modules of the program. 

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Co-Parenting Therapy

Many people whether they are in a romantic relationship or they have severed their romantic relationship are trying to find a productive, non-combative, way of communicating for the benefit of raising their children.  Often parents are trying to alleviate the stress from their children and minimize the negative affects of what separate parenting can sometimes bring. This therapy is for court mandated and non-mandated participants.


Workshops/Trainings/Speaking Engagements

Some specialty topics are: Overcoming Fear, Embracing Change, general mental health education, ADHD and Black Children, The Cycle of Trauma on the Black Family.



I  FIT...  I BELONG...

Groups are often a dynamic way of addressing a multitude of problems.  Groups can give you an opportunity to let you know you are not alone in your struggles.  You often get more out of group then one on one therapy.  Those who suffer from anxiety, depression, loneliness, isolation, relationship problems and anger can benefit from group therapy.