Queens N' Therapy
Growing up in East Oakland, in a single-parent household quickly taught Saundre about the importance of mental health care for Women of the African Diaspora. Personally experiencing the effects of misogyny, classism and racism pushed her to create safe and humanizing spaces for Black Women to begin their healing journey. Saundre has over 10 years of professional counseling experience working in homeless shelters, schools, and mental health clinics. She received a master’s degree in social work from Howard University with a focus on Black mental health and community healing. During the pandemic she courageously opened her private practice Queens N' Therapy, which is specifically tailored to meet the mental health needs of Black Women. Saundre offer’s support by exploring deeper dynamics and patterns that surface in connection with yourself and others. She offers various tools and strategies that help Black Women curate their best life. Saundre is always ready to drop a few jewels to adorn your beautiful crown.