Offering mental health teletherapy services in North Carolina and Virginia
Come join me and several other local entrepreneurs as we discuss the intersectionality of Mental Health and Fitness.
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Taking care of your mind is just as important as taking care of your body. Let's break the stigma and spread love, support, and awareness this World Mental Health Day. 💚
In order to stay upright, you need to look ahead to where you’re going so that your center of gravity stays aligned. The second you look down to your side, that center of gravity gets thrown off, and over you go.
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🌟 Happy Juneteenth! 🎉 Today, we come together to celebrate the historic and powerful day when freedom reached its final destination in the hearts and lives of enslaved African Americans.
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, commemorates June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, and announced the emancipation of slaves, marking the end of slavery in the United States.
On this special day, let us honor the resilience, strength, and indomitable spirit of our ancestors who fought for freedom and equality. Their legacy continues to inspire and guide us as we strive for a more just and inclusive society. ❤️
Today is a reminder that freedom is a universal right, and we must actively work towards dismantling all forms of oppression and systemic racism that still exist in our world. Together, we can build a future where equality and justice prevail. 🌈🌍
Let's take a moment to educate ourselves, listen to the voices of the Black community, and reflect on how we can contribute to creating a society that uplifts and empowers every individual. 📚👂🏽
On the last day of Mental Health Awareness Month, let's reflect on the importance of prioritizing our mental well-being. Taking care of our minds is crucial for a balanced and fulfilling life. When facing challenges or struggling with mental health issues, a therapist can be a transformative next step. They provide a safe and non-judgmental space to explore emotions, gain insights, and develop coping strategies. Finding a therapist starts with recognizing the need for support and reaching out. Seek recommendations from trusted sources, research online directories, or contact mental health organizations for guidance. Remember, reaching out for help is a brave and empowering choice on your mental health journey. You don't have to face it alone.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and as a person of color, finding a therapist who understands your experiences and cultural background can be an essential part of your mental health journey. Here are some tips to help you find the right therapist:
1. Seek referrals from friends and family members who share your cultural background or who have had positive experiences with therapists of color.�
2. Consider therapy directories and resources that specialize in connecting individuals with culturally responsive therapists, such as Therapy for Black Girls.
3. Don't be afraid to ask potential therapists about their training and experience in working with people of color. A good therapist will be open and responsive to your questions.�
Remember, finding the right therapist is a process, but it's worth it. A therapist can provide you with the tools and support you need to prioritize your mental health and well-being. If you're feeling overwhelmed or struggling, know that you are not alone, and it's okay to ask for help. Take care of yourselves, and let's work together to break down barriers and stigma around mental health in communities of color.
Now accepting clients in SC via Telehealth! Still accepting clients in NC and VA.
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There’s power in vulnerability.
Happy Black History Month! It's a time to celebrate and reflect on the many contributions of African Americans in our nation's history. From inventors and entrepreneurs to civil rights leaders and activists, African Americans have played a vital role in shaping our culture and our society. Let's take the time to honor their achievements and recognize the struggles they've faced to make our world a better place.
It’s been a while so I though I should introduce myself again!
Hi, I’m Latise.
I’m a LCSW and the owner of Moore Life Counseling and Wellness Services.
Some random facts about me/my practice:
🌟 Carolina girl born and raised and a Tarheel Grad 🐏 I’m also a Saluki.
🌟 Licensed in NC and VA and can provide therapy state-wide, not just in Charlotte.
🌟 Workef in the mental health field for 12+ years; my first job was Substance Abuse case management.
🌟Utilize a person-centered, strengths based approach. My therapy style could be considered eclectic as I adopt from different treatment modalities to best suit the needs of my clients.
🌟 Only service adult clients and I’m a private pay provider.
Looking for a therapist?! Book a free consult to see if we’re a good fit!
I was featured in the Go Solo series with .
My clients are usually high-achieving adults who have reached a stage in their lives and are unsure of what's next. I help these clients pivot and determine the next steps to living life more self-aware and confident.
Day 1/365. Happy New Year!
Site REVAMP! Please check it out.
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Latise is a Licensed Mental Health professional based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. As a Black woman, she understands the importance of living life to its fullest potential despite the circumstances that we sometimes find ourselves in. From that, Moore Life was formed. "More Life" is a phrase th...
What is Gratitude?
Gratitude is a conscious, positive emotion one can express when feeling thankful for something, whether tangible or intangible.
Gratitude is important because it can literally change our minds( a la Positive Psychology!) It helps people feel more positive emotions, more feel good experiences ultimately improving their health and relationships.
Do you practice gratitude daily?
Celebrating equality, diversity, love and inclusion. ❤️🧡💛💚💚💙
Need a therapist?! I have some availability.
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Still betting on myself.
I incorporate journal work with a lot of my clients in session. ‘Written processing’ is what I call it. it helps so much with work in between sessions and my clients are able to refer back to things to see growth.
Grateful is a 21-day journal that helps us to acknowledge gratitude in our ever changing lives. It allows us to refocus our thoughts, helping us disconnect from stressors and remind ourselves that perception can be everything.
Expressing gratitude doesn’t make things change, but it can change our perspective from that of lack to that of gratefulness.
MAY is Mental Health Awareness. month. Mental health conditions are common, affecting about 21% of people living in the U.S.; of those 21%, 6% experience serious mental illness (SMI).
Happy Social Work Month. Going into Social Work was the best decision I ever made in my life. It’s fulfilling and it is my purpose. Therapy was the added plus as I have a Social Worker’s ❤️ Happy Social Work Month!!!
Maslow, a psychologist, believed that our actions are motivated by our psychological needs. Often times we need to fulfill our basic needs before moving on to other more complex needs or wants. Reference:
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
2021 wasn’t the easiest year for a lot of people. So much so that some aren’t looking forward to 2022. With that, NO RESOLUTIONS. Just INTENTIONS to try to be our BEST selves in the new year. Happy New Year from Moore Life Counseling!!! 🎇
You’re worth it. Promise 🤞🏽
Read it again.
October 10th is World Mental Health Day. The theme this year is “Mental Health in an unequal World”. Bringing awareness everyday but especially today.
When life is throwing all types of mishaps our way, PAUSE, *take a breath* then continue.
When’s the last time you affirmed yourself? Self affirmations or Positive “I am” statements are a great way to remind yourself of all that you DO have promoting self love, gratitude and stopping the mindset of lack. Try it! Start your day with an affirmation.
I specialize in helping adults pivot. I have helped many clients just like you learn to address stuckness and get back to life. Your Life. I help clients create the version of themselves that they’ve only dreamed of. If you are ready to have help navigating life, learn how to pivot and get unstuck, let’s chat!
Breathe. Stretch. Shake. Let it go.
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