Ja’el Wright is an Associate Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Claflin University, the oldest and boldest historically black university in the state of South Carolina. She worked as an Adult Protective Services case manager for the Department of Social Services in South Carolina and as a Foster Care case manager for the Division of Family and Children Services in Georgia before and during her graduate studies. She obtained her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University.
She is passionate about working with adults, couples and families seeking to find meaning, peace, passion and purpose through mental health recovery. She is especially passionate about working with first generation, high achieving black and brown women who battle depression, anxiety and suicidal ideations. As well as black and brown individuals battling severe emotional disturbances and substance use, black and brown men and veterans struggling with PTSD, depression and anxiety, black and brown couples seeking to start families and resolve marital issues and black and brown families exhibiting the effects of trans generational trauma.
She strives to provide a supportive and warm environment for her clients using a holistic and integrative approach to specialize treatment that best fits each individual and family. She also offer spiritual counseling for those seeking to incorporate spirituality into their mental health recovery.