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LeNaya Crawford

LeNaya Smith Crawford, is a Licensed Therapist , Holistic Healer, International Teacher, Abundance Mentor and Wellness Entrepreneur. With over 10 years of experience in the Mental Health and Wellness space LeNaya takes a Science and Soul approach to healing and is passionate about helping Therapists and Healers, HEAL+ LEARN + GROW.

She is a sought after Mental Health and Wellness Expert and has been featured on several platforms including the New York Times, the Huffington Post and Health line. As a leader in the Holistic Mental Health space, LeNaya created The Holistic Therapist ™ Academy, a certification and immersion program that teaches Therapists and Mental Health Professionals how to use the therapeutic power of Trauma Informed Yoga, Breath Work, Energy and Sound Healing to help clients heal from Anxiety, Depression and Trauma. A comprehensive program that helps Therapists integrate these practices in an ethical and evidence based way.

LeNaya is on a mission to help Therapists and Healers live well while helping their communities heal. Through 1:1 guidance and her Business Accelerator, Aligned & Guided, she helps Therapists and Healers get clear on their souls mission, overcome limiting beliefs and heal scarcity wounds ( relationship with money) to create greater impact and income. She is the Founder and Clinical Director of Kaleidoscope Family Therapy + Holistic Wellness, Co- Owner of Seviin Yoga + Yoga School and Co- Founder of Therapy For Black Families Inc, in Atlanta, Georgia.

July 2022

Healing Ourselves to Heal Others: A Virtual Conference

July 25 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm EDT
$250.00 – $420.00

It's time. The past two years have been heavier than ever for most of us as clinicians of color creating spaces for individuals, families, and communities navigating systemic racism, trauma, and healing in a world that still devalues our lives. It's time for us to value ourselves and practice that act through acts that foster liberation and healing for ourselves as clinicians of color. We often struggle with the loss of who we are as people, which has given rise…

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