TE’AIRAH WILBERT, MS
I am a compassionate, creative, and energetic therapist who enjoys working with older children, teens, and adults from all cultural backgrounds. I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University in 2021, followed by a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgia State University in 2023. I am under directed experience and the clinical supervision of Rebecca Muyres LPC, RPT-S, CPCS.
I love creating an authentic, engaging, fun environment where clients feel safe expressing themselves freely. My goal is to facilitate emotional and relational growth through therapy, incorporating play as a powerful tool in the healing journey. I focus on providing youth (ages 8-17) and young adults (ages 18-30) with the necessary tools to navigate life’s challenges, overcome inner struggles, and develop resiliency for the future.
I specialize in working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, self-harm, suicidal ideation, conflict resolution, communication skills, parental divorce, school-related issues, social skills, ADHD and behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, and multicultural concerns. I am working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) to further enhance my skills in the world of play.
When I’m not meeting with clients, you can find me in the church volunteering with youth or attending outings with my small group. I enjoy trying new foods, cooking, baking, reading, drawing, traveling, watching movies, and having game nights with friends. Additionally, I am a devoted “mom” to various plants, a hobby that brings me immense joy.
During my upbringing, I struggled to identify relatable figures within the counseling profession. This experience fueled my passion for helping our youth and young adults, and from there, my passion for helping those in need has grown. I’m looking forward to meeting you and am excited to bring healing to you and your family.