Kenyetta Baldwin, LPC
"Mindfulness is a way of befriending ourselves and our experience." Jon Kabat-Zinn
Kenyetta Baldwin received her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from South University in 2015 and is currently in her Ph. D program of Community Counseling with Liberty University. Kenyetta is dual licensed in the states of Virginia and New Jersey as a Licensed Professional Counselor, and currently provides individual, couples, and family therapy.
Kenyetta has also worked in many different roles and settings, to include as an Intensive In-Home Counselor but mostly in private mental health agencies where she worked in the capacity of Clinical Director and Outpatient Therapist for multiple years.
Kenyetta enjoys working with populations of all ages, with an extensive history working with school-aged children (preteen ages 9-12), adolescent and young adults (ages 13-21), and older adults. She provides individual, couples/marriage, and family therapy and has worked with varying mental illnesses and life adjustment issues, to include anxiety and depression, trauma and grief, self-esteem and confidence, along with work-life balance and life transitions.
Kenyetta’s counseling style is warm, motivational, and solution-focused. Kenyetta utilizes experience with a combination of multiple skilled therapies, such as Psychodynamic, CBT, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution-focused to support clients with reaching therapeutic goals.
Kenyetta believes respect and compassion within the therapeutic relationship provide a strong foundation for growth, further promoting comfort within dialogue.