Nikkimah Davis, LCSW

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Clinical Social Worker

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Multiple Locations

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About Nikkimah Davis, LCSW

Hello! I am Nikkimah Davis, CEO of Safe Routes LLC. I hold a license in clinical social work in the states of Virginia, Maryland, & Pennsylvania. Safe Routes LLC has a team of therapists providing evidence-based individual, family, & couples counseling, coaching, consultation & educational training with a focus on holistic, faith-based Christian counseling. My team and I have experience working with people who express a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, parenting problems, narcissistic abuse, uncontrollable anger, family conflict, low self-worth, sports performance & life adjustments.

We use a holistic approach and can provide faith-based Christian counseling and therapeutic wellness coaching to address the overall well-being of the people we serve. It is truly a joy working with people and helping them to live the best quality of life that God has envisioned for them. You can expect counseling that is straightforward yet displayed with warmth and compassion. In addition, our approach is rooted in integrity and ethical practices. The clinical team combines cognitive behavior therapy, solution-focused therapy, a strength-based approach, motivational interviewing, and techniques that positively center around you as a person. You will have support as we work together to build your positive mental health and establish your mental wealth.

Please note: Due to the increased number of referrals and my availability, some referrals will be handled by other qualified therapists on the Safe Routes team.

Clinician Demographics:
• Ethnicity: African-American
• Race: Black
• Gender: Female ()

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Below are the payment options this practice offers:

  • Starting at $150

YEARS IN PRACTICE:

22

ISSUES TREATED

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