Helping People Become Better Versions of Themselves

Keisha Henry

Keisha Henry, MSW, LCSW

Keisha is a certified clinical psychotherapist of many years’ experience
working with men, women and children, and parents of various socioeconomic backgrounds.
Her services include:

  • Trauma recovery – from childhood abuse and abandonment
  • Effective parent education
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Keisha takes a person-centered therapeutic approach, tailored to personality
types, individual needs and their response to treatment plans. Her holistic
approach considers contributing factors affecting presenting problems and
impacting the well-being of counselees. This approach preserves integrity,
builds trust, and most importantly, empowers clients toward speedy recovery.

A native of Jamaica, West Indies, Keisha spent most of her formative years in
a diverse culture, yet one that emphasized male dominance and patriarchy.

Keisha’s Passion and Commitment

Women and children are often victims of traumatic experiences, resulting in
anxiety, depression and compromised quality of life. Keisha’s passion and
commitment to a compassionate person-centered approach were cultivated
and shaped by observing these traumatic experiences early in her own life
and work.

Keisha has completed specialized training in trauma recovery, specifically Eye
Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), CBT and DBT. Keisha
also specializes in Recent Trauma Episode Protocol, Group Trauma Episode
Protocol, and Systematic Training for Effective Parenting.

Mrs. Henry completed her graduate degree in clinical social work at Barry
University, Miami Shores, Florida.