Who Is Twanda Grey LCSW?
Oh Hey Friend!
I’m so happy you are here and want to know about me.
Well … what can I say about me? Let’s start with the obvious:
I’m passionate. Hilariously funny. And I’m a great dancer. Well, I’m not really a dancer, but sometimes I dance in my head, so that kind of makes me a dancer right?
Here’s a little more about me:
I love life, people, God, football, family and fun. I laugh often; I believe it’s healthy for the soul. I enjoy the little things; I believe that doing so is necessary for inner peace. I also believe taking care in life begins with taking care of me … I help others do the same … take care of them that is!
I’m a psychotherapist, which seems like a big word, but really I’m just someone that meets people right where they are and shows them how to make the most of their lives.
Life can be overwhelming and sometime we all need help pulling it all together. My goal is to empower people to discover their true and authentic self!
Twanda was born in Mobile, AL and moved to Connecticut when she was just a baby. At the age of eight, she moved with her family to Hampton, Virginia where the family lived until she was 13 years old and returned to Connecticut.
A graduate of Central High School in Bridgeport, CT, Twanda receive her undergraduate degree in communications and her graduate degree in social work from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven.
Twanda is the CEO and Founder of Strategic Resolutions LLC which is a social service agency located in New Haven CT. Under the hub of Strategic Resolutions, she also has a clinical practice and is a Licensed Psychotherapist. In addition, she is a College Professor teaching in the discipline of Social Work, Sociology and Early Childhood Education.
Twanda is the author of ‘Authentically You’, an insightful, thought-provoking book that addresses the issues surrounding mental health. Twanda believes that addressing mental health is self-care and emotional wellness and seeks to empower men and women to develop a greater capacity for enjoying life and living well. Her approach is empathic and humanistic and aims to help others improve their quality of life by helping them understand and process how the past affects their current perceptions, thoughts, feelings and actions.
As an active member of the community, Twanda is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and The National Coalition of 100 Black women Inc. and remains at the forefront of effective advocacy and social change that results in equality and equity for all.
Twanda is married and has two sons, a step daughter and two grandchildren who are the love of her life.