As the proverb goes, it takes a village to raise children, for many, counseling serves as part of that village because it is such a beneficial part of your child’s growth.
With over two decades focusing on physical health, KK has expanded her support to include social and emotional health as well. She has experience in both inpatient and outpatient clinical settings and is passionate about supporting the holistic development of children and families. KK specializes in child and adolescent therapy, play therapy, trauma, and family therapy.
KK received her undergraduate degree from Fisk University and her Master’s degrees from both the University of Kentucky and Avila University. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor with a certification in Child and Adolescent therapy. She also has a license as a Mental Health Counseling Associate in the State of Indiana.
KaMara’s commitment to children is demonstrated on many levels as she has authored and published the new book “Brown Girls Can” and she mentors over 20 girls in the virtual mentoring program she founded called, D.O.P.E. (Determined. Optimistic. Powerful. Exceptional.) Girls.
KK is a loving mother and when she is not spending time with family she enjoys traveling, shopping, writing and volunteering.