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Golden Pattern

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker practicing in Texas, Florida and Washington State. I specialize in couples counseling but my experience also includes treating behavioral health disorders, family issues, self-esteem barriers, career counseling, and much more.


My clinical approaches include Gottman Couples Counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing and Christian Counseling. I am passionate about serving people. Using an integrated model, I seek to meet you where you are. 

As a Jesus follower, His influence guides and empowers my work, bringing healing and restoration and hope to individuals and couples. I believe you were uniquely created and we are not meant to do life alone. Being seen by your partner matters. Your relationship matters. I would love to partner with you on your journey to better. Come, take a deep breath, and regain your strength in a safe space.

A Welcome Message From Keisha Williams

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"We exist to equip couples to establish stronger unions through vulnerable connections and empower individuals to achieve wholeness of self. We are here to help individuals and couples arrive at their better."

My Approach
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My Approach

The Gottman Method

The Gottman Method is a form of couples therapy that aims to strengthen relationships by promoting positive communication and problem-solving skills. Developed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman, it is based on four decades of research on what makes relationships successful. The approach includes assessments, interventions, and techniques to help couples increase intimacy, manage conflict, and build a strong, lasting relationship.

We Celebrate The Success Stories of our Clients

Your better story starts today


“Keisha is a fantastic counselor! I have appreciated every session so much. She is kind, funny, real, honest, and the BEST listener. I have left every session with new tools, ideas, and having felt “heard.” I would recommend Keisha to anyone.”



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