Nwanne K. Amogu, MSW
I welcome you to a journey of health and wellness. I have come to realize that although being vulnerable and asking for help in times of need is seen as a sign of weakness, nothing could be farther from the truth. Asking for help is a sign of strength and it shows courage, awareness, and humility. In the words of Brene Brown, “Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change”. As a practitioner, I believe that you are the expert in the affairs of your own life, I am simply here to work in collaboration with you in reaching your full potential. I am a firm believer in lifelong learning, as a registered social worker, I draw from a number of practice models; these include solution-focused brief therapy, family systems theory among others. In building trust and creating a welcoming environment, I practice from a non-judgemental, anti-oppressive practice lens. I work with families struggling with parent-teen conflict, addiction, anxiety, race-based inter-generation trauma, marital challenges, etc. I invite you to come and let us work together to address the issues preventing you from reaching your full potential.
“The greatest discovery of all is your true authentic self buried deep inside of you”
– Richard Krawcayk