Aiesha Walker received her graduate degree in Mental Counseling from Argosy University, undergraduate degree in Religion and Philosophy from Fisk University, and an Early Childhood Development Associates from Tri-C Community College.
As a therapist she believes that compassion, understanding, and trust are important in the therapeutic process. Aiesha has experience working in residential facilities and private agencies assisting troubled youth and their families from diverse backgrounds and a range of concerns. She is also known for conducting creative group therapy for teens, parents, and women. As a former foster youth who was adopted and placed in the foster care, Aiesha has a lifelong commitment to advocating for foster youth, adopted youth, and their families.
In her private practice she welcomes individuals, children, teens, couples, families. Areas of focus include but are not limited to: trauma, depression, divorce, family conflict, parenting, pre and post adoption concerns, martial and women’s issues. Aiesha understands that every client is different and uses an electric approach during therapy. These therapy methods include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focus CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems, and Solution Focused Therapy.
Aiesha is the Founder of Women of Wholeness (W.O.W), a women's empowerment group dedicated to helping women accomplish and pursue their dreams through support and networking.
To accommodate client needs, Aiesha offers convenient weekend sessions in the downtown Nashville Area.
Seeking individual therapy is one of the most courageous things a person can do. Everyone needs a space where they can authentically share their emotions, current situations, and felt heard and understood.
Relationship counseling can be beneficial to couples who are looking to strengthen their emotional connection, in all stages of their relationship. Therapy sessions are held with both couples and is a supportive place to discuss issues and solutions to better strengthen your relationship.
Many children and teens have problems that affect how they feel, act, or learn. Therapy is a great treatment for children to express their feelings and learn tools to help them at home, in social settings, and within the family structure.
Sometimes family have beak downs in communication, endure traumatic losses, suffer from hidden family secrets, and other issues the weaken the family unit. Family counseling is a supportive place to discuss these issues and come up with solutions to better strengthen the family unit.
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