Kanesha L. Moore, M.S., NCC
Clinical work supervised by Angel Glover, Ph.D.
Group work (Women of Color) supervised by Janeé Stevenson, Psy.D.
- Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Memphis (in progress)
- M.S., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of Memphis
- B.A., Psychology, Spelman College
License and Certification
National Certified Counselor
Approach to Therapy and Professional Interests
My approach to therapy is goal driven with an emphasis on building a strong therapeutic relationship, gaining insight and awareness, and using oneself as the expert on overcoming one’s issues. I operate mostly from a Cognitive Behavioral approach to therapy while utilizing a person centered framework and psychodynamic interventions. My professional interests include anxiety, depression, PTSD, mindfulness, identity exploration, body image issues, and interpersonal relationship concerns.
Personal Statement on Diversity and Social Justice
I believe that each interaction with clients is an opportunity for clinicians to gain better understandings of diverse cultures. As a clinician of color, understanding diversity and advocating for the rights of marginalized individuals are essential aspects of my work. I believe that developing multicultural competency is a journey filled with pathways of exploring clients’ identities and world views and how those things impact their experiences and well-being.
My personal interests include spending time with loved ones, dance, art, fitness, cooking, and all things DIY.