Individual and group therapy
For mothers and birthing parents seeking to enhance their emotional well-being through self-exploration, heal from past hurts, develop better self-care, and learn healthy coping strategies, we provide individual therapy that is trauma-informed, evidence-based and takes into account individual cultural values and experiences. In an effort to provide comprehensive care, we will also offer appointments that include partners and family. We specialize in providing clinical services to parents who are perinatal through 5 years postpartum, and their families. Our team also has a special interest in supporting families, who have experienced pregnancy loss, and/or are experiencing high-risk pregnancies. We are currently providing services via telehealth and in-person appointments on a limited basis.
What is Telepsychology and Telehealth?
Telehealth is the practice of using technology as the mode for providing clinical services, including individual and group therapy. Telepsychology is a psychological service for which most insurance companies include as a covered mental health benefit; although, you may have a co-pay as part of your coverage for these services. You may also use self-pay as an option for payment of telepsychology services. Services will be provided via a HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform. You will need access to a smartphone, computer, or tablet to receive services.
If you are interested in a complimentary consultation to determine if telepsychology services with Works of Faith Wellness and Consultation, LLC will meet your needs, please complete this form.Request a consultation
For individuals and organizations who are interested in integrating perinatal mental health and wellness practices that focus on cultural humility and health equity, we provide continuing education workshops and webinars. Our most popular topics include: grief and loss, introduction to perinatal mental health, mental health complications after perinatal loss, birth trauma assessment and treatment, and perinatal mental health among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.Request for Workshops
For organizations seeking to establish and develop processes and procedures that promote health equity and improved outcomes for maternal mental health, especially for parents who are Black, Indigenous and People of Color, we offer a comprehensive assessment of the organization and recommendations for improving current practices.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency or a situation that would be deemed life-threatening, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. If your situation is urgent, but not life-threating, contact the Mental Health Crisis Line by dialing or texting 988.
If you are pregnant, postpartum, or a support person for someone who is pregnant and in need of assistance, call the 24-hour Maternal Mental Health Crisis Line at 1-833-852-6262.