Nikita Banks is a serial entrepreneur, therapist and educator. Her unique journey that lead to her living the life of her passions is what adds to her experience as an expert in her field. “I am not just another ‘expert’ with an opinion on what I think makes relationships work. "It is my belief that it is necessary to approach the work from a psychological perspective, proven implementable strategies.” Nikita Banks started her career as a writer. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree from Brooklyn College, and went on to write for many national publications. Her work in the worlds of both sports and entertainment lead to her start in Public Relations. In 1999 Ms. Banks turned once again to her writing talents when she decided to start the “The Single Girl’s Guide to Men.” The website became a platform to discuss the challenges facing women of color in their quest for love.Nikita Banks
As a clinician of color I provide culturally competent and responsive care for the clients I see in my practice. In an effort to reduce disparities in care, provide a range of cultural options, reduce bias in diagnosing and give people of color an option of seeing a clinician that understands the unique challenges they face when trying to get effective mental health care. If you are interested in a consultation contact us
Culturally Competent Care
In order to improve the efficacy of my practice interventions I rely on my qualifications and ongoing training to guide the practice models I use with my clients. The use of evidence based practice methods are researched and proven to be effective means of treatment with my clients as a guideline to help my clients with symptom reduction and return to optimal life functioning. To learn more.
Evidence Based Practice Methods
As a former educator in both the New York City School System and Newark New Jersey Ms. Banks has identified several needs to help improve the lives of students. Our Programs promote healthy relationships; enforcing boundaries; and improving self-esteem. Our staff can provide supplemental mental health support for your students and staff at affordable rates.
School Based Support
We have several curriculums we utilize to provide psycho educational support to organizations, and individuals. Our workshops are tailor made to address the needs of our the diverse populations of clients we serve and help increase productivity; promote self-care and personal development. To Hear more about these services contact us for more information.
Workshops and Trainings
In The Press
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