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Imani Yahya, CT (She/They) is a Black, queer, non-binary, AuDHDer who spends her days entertaining her dog, listening to podcasts, or making a mess with art supplies. While these identities undoubtedly inform Imani’s work as a counselor, she believes in honoring each individual's unique journey by embracing cultural humility and meeting people where they are. Imani is intentional about creating a safe therapeutic space that fosters empowerment, resilience, growth, and healing.

Their journey in mental health began while studying integrated health and sociology at Kent State University and working with the American Red Cross disaster response team. With each experience, she gained invaluable insight into areas like mind-body connection, crisis intervention, and trauma-informed care. Imani continues to seek opportunities to learn, grow, and advocate for change at every level.

Using a holistic, strength-based, and anti-oppressive lens, Imani is committed to addressing the interconnected nature of an individual's experiences. She utilizes a combination of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT).

Imani is particularly interested in centering the voices and experiences of marginalized communities. She is eager to work with adults navigating challenges related to autism, ADHD, anxiety, depression, gender, sexuality, and trauma. When embarking on this journey with Imani, be prepared to laugh, cry, shift the narrative, and discover your favorite self.

Imani will be accepting clients in August 2024.

Counselor Trainee License #: #C.2405664-TRNE

Supervised by Kelsey Wegener LISW-S (I.2002496-SUPV)

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