My approach to this work is simple: To create safe spaces for people to heal and live authentically. Respecting the strengths, dignity, and worth of every person is my guiding post. I believe that healthy connection is the key to wellness, and that everyone is 100% capable of healing and achieving life they want to live.
I most enjoy partnering with adult women, men, and non-binary folk who are seeking to understand and break the patterns that keep them from living their best lives. I love this work! It is not about providing a service. It is about being of service. I begin each day with the question: How may I best serve and work with you?
Teah Williams-Hampton, LCSW, has over 20 years experience in social work and social services. She holds degrees from Wilberforce University (Political Science) and the University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work. Teah has practiced in a variety of settings, including in state correctional institutions; residential treatment programs for adolescent girls; community mental health programs for those in recovery from severe mental illness; and treatment programs for people with co-occurring substance use. Teah now works in private practice serving men, women, and non binary folk experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, and relationship concerns.
Teah’s approach to therapy is holistic and centered in use of evidence-based and culturally relevant practices. Together Teah and her clients explore the mind, body, heart, and soul connections to help clients understand the experiences that have gotten a client to where they are, and the shifts necessary take them where they are meant to be.
Master of Science in Social Work, University of Louisville Kent School of Social work
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Wilberforce University
Clinical Training as a STAR Behavioral Health Provider with the Center for Deployment Psychology
Clinical Training in EMDR
Clinical Training in Transactional Analysis
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Anxiety and Depression
Shame and Resilience
Personality and Interpersonal Relationship Issues
Trauma and Abuse