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Iesha Duncan, LCSW

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Over the last six years I have been committed not only to the individual healing journey of my clients, but to the journey to collective healing as well, as I truly believe humans thrive when there is harmony between our internal and external worlds, and each other.

I received my Bachelors degree in Psychology from Northern Illinois University and my Masters of Social Work from the University of Southern California. My professional experience spans the life course and diverse populations, including experience working with children, teens, families, couples, adults and older adults, from a variety of socio economic backgrounds, facing a varying degree of mental health challenges. I've been fortunate to work in a number of professional settings. This has afforded me the opportunity to share knowledge with associates and clients alike, as to how to gain the most out of their experiences in providing and receiving mental health care.

I like to use an integrative and relational approach to help my associates and myself think about the varying ways in which clients experience the environments around them, and build tools to manage the challenges that get handed down through generations, or that are experienced on a typical day. One of my biggest professional passions is the concept of increasing access to care for individuals who may not otherwise have the opportunity to receive the support they need. Another is sharing what I have learned with my associates, so that they are able to think critically and openly about the populations they serve, as we are all living our own unique experiences.

I believe that people have the internal strengths and resources to solve life's biggest questions! I believe that healing from pain is possible. I also believe in meeting clients right where they are, and helping them build the tools and insight they seek to feel more peace within.

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