Our treatment approach is to be trauma informed as we assist clients and families understand trauma and its impact on behavior, cognition, and more while learning how to cope and become resilient. We are here to assist with healing, gaining awareness and improving maladaptive behaviors
LegaCEE Counseling and Consulting was created out of a need within the community. Owner, Shareka Eldridge, took note to the oversight of minority youth and families in the mental health context. LegaCEE is an agency that strives to allow those who are often voiceless, to have a voice. Educating and providing a safe place to those served is another driving force behind what we do. Our goal is to provide services in order to enhance your overall quality of life, improve familial and interpersonal relationships, and to reduce involvement with the legal system and/or hospitalization.
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Shareka Eldridge is a person centered, trauma-informed Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Virginia. She has been in the field providing mental health services since 2014 and was selected as one of Richmond, VA Best Therapist in 2022 by OnlineTherapy.com. Since then, Shareka has had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients to include: urban/inner city youth and family, 1st generation youth and family, LGBTQ youth and young adults, incarcerated youth, sexually abused survivors, trafficked survivors, and more. She is passionate in helping others increase their skills to develop greater emotional regulation skills and learn the overlaps of multiple diagnoses. She has been trained in DBT, CBT, and TF-CBT. Currently, Shareka specializes in working with adolescents, teens and young adults. Shareka is a proud member of National Association of Black Counselors (NBCA) and Virginia Counselors Association (VCA).
Chamia Ford is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has provided mental health services since 2010. She is an alumni of Norfolk State University and Virginia Commonwealth University where she received a Bachelor’s then Master’s Degree in Social Work. Chamia has diverse experience working with children/youth of all ages and their families in a variety of settings. She has also provided mental health services to adults. Chamia uses a client centered approach tailored to meet a person’s need. Some treatment modalities include trauma informed interventions, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, cognitive behavioral strategies, and a variety of creative expressive interventions. Chamia has a passion for helping individuals who has experienced trauma learn acceptance and understanding during their journey to self-healing, a passion for helping those who struggle navigating life transitions that need some extra support, and a passion for helping families navigate mood/behavioral disorders in children, youth, and adolescents.
Coralie Conille is a passionate clinician and a mental health advocate who currently holds a LMSW in her home state of New York and working towards her LCSW. Growing up in a West Indian household, she has firsthand cultural knowledge that has allowed her to align with her clients. Her areas of focus include relationship trauma, anxiety, and life transitions. She values the importance of providing clients with an open and safe space where they can be heard. She holds previous experience with individual and couples counseling as well as foster care and the juvenile justice system. Coralie’s passion is to ensure clients are able to feel comfortable being transparent, being their whole selves and reaching their goals
Carrie Harris is a Resident in Counseling who has been providing mental health services since 2019. She is an alumna of Virginia State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and an alumna of Walden University where she received a master’s degree in forensic psychology and clinical and mental health counseling. Carrie has experience working with adolescents and their families in settings to include residential, correctional, community and outpatient. Most recently, she has begun to provide outpatient services to youth and adults with substance use disorders. Within her career, she has been trained in various treatment modalities to include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Motivational Interviewing. Carrie has a passion for providing mental health services to the populations in which she serves by displaying empathy, compassion, patience and strong communication and active listening skills.
Jenelle McLeod is a Resident in Counseling in Virginia though she is a native of New Brunswick, New Jersey. She is a licensed and certified Professional School Counselor in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the state of New Jersey. Jenelle is a graduate of Middlesex College (Associate to the Arts), Montclair State University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in African American Studies; and Caldwell University where she obtained a master’s degree in counseling with a School Counseling concentration. Jenelle is also a Healing Centered Engagement Practitioner from the Flourish Agenda based in California. She has a desire to work with clients of all ages and specializes in self-healing and prefers utilizing an integrated approach to counseling.
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