Ne’Sha Anthony is a graduate of Chestnut Hill College’s Masters Program in Clinical Counseling Psychology, with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy, LaSalle University with a Master’s Certificate in Addictions Counseling and Temple University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. She is passionate about individual, couples and family therapy. She is trained in Trauma Focused CBT, and specializes in treating people with workplace stress, workplace dynamics issues, blended family issues, navigating young adulthood, sobriety maintenance, depression, anxiety, sexuality & gender issues, parenting, and relationship issues. Ne’Sha follows an eclectic, humanistic approach which involves meeting individuals where they are and gently coaching them into being their true selves. Ne’Sha has worked for the past twelve years in Philadelphia with a variety of agencies servicing individuals in recovery for mental health and substance abuse issues, chronically homeless individuals, survivors of domestic violence, individuals living with chronic medical conditions, children and families by providing clinical and supportive services.