Arnesha is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Licensed Professional Counselors. Arnesha obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in General Psychology with a minor in Photography from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2010. Following graduation Arnesha completed an internship with the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences ( formerly known as the Harris County Medical Examiner's Office) and the Houston Police Department in the Juvenile Sex Crimes Division. Arnesha later attended the University of Texas at Tyler where she studied Clinical Psychology for a Master of Science Degree and was inducted into Psi Chi the Psychology National Honor Society. Arnesha is also a member of the Texas Counseling Association, Black Professionals Behavioral Health Alliance and National Board-Certified Counselors.
Arnesha has worked with The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD for over six years. While there she experienced opportunities for growth from Master's Level Clinician to Clinical Team Leader of the Psychiatric Emergency Services Department. Arnesha has worked with individuals in crisis that have experienced a range of traumas, including but not limited to acute psychosis, chronic depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and more.
Arnesha believes in compassion, courtesy, dedication and empowerment. Arnesha approaches therapy as a method of guidance through helping clients gain insight and a non-judgmental working environment. Arnesha is well versed in trauma informed care, motivational interviewing and leadership training. Arnesha enjoys working will all demographics and disorders to help them overcome the stigma of mental health by discovering their inner strengths and abilities to conquer the world around them. Arnesha believes in a conversation style therapy. This allows clients freedom to talk through their problems, receive feedback and develop their skills to attain a better quality of life.