Chinwé U. Williams

Dr. Chinwé U. Williams is a Board-Certified Counselor (NCC), Certified Professional Counselors Supervisor (CPCS) and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Georgia. Dr. Williams has worked in the area of counseling for over fifteen years and counselor education and training for ten years. She has served as a college and high school counselor, group facilitator, executive coach, and currently works as a therapist and consultant in schools, non-profit, faith-based, and corporate work settings. Her expertise lies in areas of stress/anxiety management, trauma recovery, intersection of faith and mental health, diversity and inclusion and youth and adult wellness.

Dr. Williams has previously taught at Georgia State University, Argosy University, University of Central Florida, and Rollins College and is a member of Licensed Professional Counselors Association (LPCA) and an active member of the American Counseling Association (ACA).

Seen: Despair and Anxiety in Kids and Teenagers and the Power of Connection

Will Hutcherson is an American pastor and speaker. He has devoted his career to speaking about mental health in children and teenagers. His non-profit, Curate Hope, meets at schools to speak about mental health and educate teenagers. Alongside his work with youth, Hutcherson also organizes workshops for parents, on issues of mental health with an emphasis on practical guidance. Dr. Chinwé Williams is a counselor and speaker. When she is not operating her own counseling practice, Williams is an avid teacher, researcher, and consultant on mental health and counseling. In Seen, Hutcherson and Williams introduce parents to issues in mental health, providing knowledge and tools to support and speak hope into the lives of their depressed children.

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