Felisha Brown, MSW, LCSW

Felisha Brown is a therapist in Lawrenceville and Flowery Branch, GA
Felisha Brown, MSW, LCSW

Felisha Brown, MSW, LCSW

Felisha enjoys working with individuals to assist them with finding their pathway to Health, Healing and Personal Growth. With 25 years of experience, she offers expertise in the areas of co-dependency issues, depression, anxiety, emotional problems, trauma (childhood, sexual, combat) , PTSD, bipolar disorder, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, life transitions/coaching and spirituality. Felisha works with diverse populations  from young adults to the elderly and has provided extensive therapeutic intervention for military and veteran service members.

Felisha is originally from Savannah, Georgia, graduated from the University of Georgia and moved to the Atlanta area in the last 6 years. Felisha enjoys spending time with her husband, 4 adult children, and her large extended family.  She loves to sing, and support musical/creative arts activities in the community.

About Felisha

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and graduate of the University of Georgia,  with 20+ years of experience in health care. As a clinician of faith, I have seen how difficult experiences and powerful emotions, can challenge our ability to cope in an unpredictable world.

Therapy gives you an opportunity to slow things down and explore how you would like to see your life change. You can begin to learn more about yourself, other people in your life, and recognize why you see the world as you do. You will discover how your beliefs and thoughts have shaped your decisions and behavior. This process will help you evaluate these patterns and increase your self-awareness. With help you will awaken to your power to make different choices and reshape your future.

Using CBT, CPT, MBCT and other strategies, in hospitals, clinics, and private practice, I have had the opportunity to help clients with a wide range of issues. These efforts have included recovery for survivors of physical and/or emotional abuse, combat and sexual trauma victims; teaching coping skills to reduce anxiety and depression, developing healthy relationships, conflict resolution/communication skills, avoiding codependency, Substance Dependence Recovery, setting healthy boundaries, processing grief, pursuing spiritual growth and others.

I have always viewed my work as my calling, allowing me to inspire hope in the lives of others. Let me partner with you to build your best life and to find the freedom you desire.