Onipa Psychological & Consulting Services
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At Onipa Dr Mawiyah Kambon, psychologist, uses holistic African-centered therapy and mental health services to heal your mind, body & spirit from emotional challenges (e.g., stress, unwanted behaviors, trauma). This starts with helping you listen to the beat of your DRUM…
Discover your inner voice.
Reclaim your power.
Unleash your creativity.
Manifest your purpose.
Meet the Team
Dr Mawiyah Kambon
Executive Director/Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Catherine Packer-Williams
Therapy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
You may feel overwhelmed, agony, anxiety, pain, loneliness, depression, despair, pain, hurt, fear, self-loathing, distrust, panic, sadness, anger, unmotivated, tired, or many other feelings and emotions.
You may also, feel some kind of way, you just can’t put your finger on. That’s okay. You don’t have to wait till you can define it. Get help working through emotions and situations that leave you feeling un-whole.
As a Black woman you are unique. Moreover, your life’s experiences are unique. Alongside all that, the situations and circumstances that lead you here are unlike anyone else’s experience. Therapy at Onipa allows you to participate in sessions with the right tools to help you get to feeling whole.
Everything starts with creating your plan. This is a unique plan you and Dr. Kambon will create together. Therapy can complete when you have worked through the plan and achieved your goals together. Schedule an appointment today to learn more.
Will people know my business? Won’t my psychologist tell? These are the two biggest reasons that scare people away from counseling but, trust and confidentiality are the heart of your counseling relationship.
By law therapists cannot reveal that you are a client to another party without your consent.* *(Unless court ordered) Psychologists would permanently lose their license to practice psychology for violation of the confidentiality law.
Beyond that, we have deep trust issues in the Black community. Sometimes these issues are childhood experiences. Sometimes these issues are due to intergenerational trauma. Some are from recent experiences. These feeling are valid. Dr. Mawiyah Kambon’s therapeutic method begins with African-centered therapy and counseling founded on trust-building. Our goal is to help you feel confident moving forward together knowing your best interest is at the center of your healing plan.
Office therapy allows you to leave your usual environment and come to a place where you can “think with a clear head.”
At Onipa Psychological & Consulting Services our office therapy also gives you a full sensory experience with sights, sounds, aromatherapy and other elements that help you relax.
Similarly, Dr. Kambon can work with you to create your own relaxing space. This way you can enjoy a relaxation space whether you are at home, in your office, or you are traveling.
For details about our billing and session rates, click here to access our billing and fee policy.
Many people find us from referrals or searching for African-american therapists in their area. Yes, we have two Black women and one Black man on staff currently.
The concept is not specific to one country, group, or nation. African-centered is a concept that embraces family, cultural, and spiritual values that are universal for all African people globally.
We are highly selective since our therapy is a specialized service. But yes, we have job openings.
We are always hiring qualified and experienced psychologists, therapists, mental health professionals with African-centered cultural psychology experience or training.
Looking for a new career? Apply now at Onipa.com/jobs