Nisheba Parker, MS
Registered Marriage & Family Therapy Intern #IMT2384
I obtained my BS from Tennessee State University, in Health Sciences: Public Health. I worked in the field for several years and while interested, I ultimately decided to move toward the course of my passion. I knew that in my heart of hearts, I could have a much more profound impact on the world when walking in my own truth. For this reason, I decided to pursue a Masters in Family Therapy, which I obtained from Nova Southeastern University.
Growing up as a southern girl, family was of great importance. All too often we feel that the hardest people to sometimes love in life are our own family members. It takes a great deal of patience, understanding, and forgiveness to love someone who you may not agree with or just plain drives you crazy.
Thoughts and Things Therapy supports the creation of strong, stable, and healthy families. Resilient families are the foundation of our society. In an effort to support minority families with the opportunity to thrive, and renew the fabric of our society, I am dedicated to the support, advocacy, and promotion of the healthy family unit.