Meet The NRSH’r

Taylor Williams, LPC

Taylor is an integrative therapist which means she can personalize therapy to best suit your particular needs. By using a person-centered approach she encourages openness and empowers you to promote self-compassion. Taylor has experience with helping people with depression, anxiety, self-worth, imposter-syndrome, childhood traumaand overwhelming emotions, such as anxiety and anger and grief.


In her client-led sessions, Taylor will work with you in exploring yourself and parts of self that no longer serve you led with gentle curiosity. Taylor challenges you to make sense of past experiences and how they show up in your present relationships with yourself and with others.


Taylor attended Alabama State University & received her B.S. in Rehabilitative Services. She later attended Dallas Baptist University & received her M.S. in Licensed Professional Counseling. She has worked with adolescents, college students, adults who suffer with anxiety and depression, LGBTQIA, and BIPOC communities.

Keionna Rose, LPC-A, Supervised by: Dr. Hope Lampin, LPC-S

Keionna’s main  goal is to meet you where you are & assist you with coming home to your most authentic self. In a safe & compassionate space, she will collaborate with you on your goals while developing the skills you need to operate as your truest self. Although the direction of this journey is up to you, She will encourage you to confront the hidden parts of yourself that have you feeling burdened, stuck, & unworthy. Through the lens of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy & Relational Therapy, Keionna offers a perspective that evaluates current thought patterns, the recurring stories that replay in your mind and how your relationships affect your life.


Keionna attended Towson University & received her B.S. in Psychology. She later attended North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University & received her M.S. in Mental Health Counseling. Keionna has  experience with people dealing with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, life adjustments, daily stress, trauma, people pleasing, relationship issues & LGBTQ+, issues. With healing comes unlearning & if you’re ready to break the repetitive cycles in your life, you will find yourself aligned.