Cheryl Williams is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Addiction Counselor and Master Addiction Counselor. Cheryl has served in the helping profession for over 20 years. She is currently Community Services Coordinator for a Behavioral Health Organization and currently oversees multiple programs while training Counselors and Program Directors to be the best that they can be in their perspective roles. Cheryl has worked extensively with youthful offenders, as well as teens and adults facing substance abuse and mental health issues. Cheryl’s vision is to see leaders and individuals, regardless of what they are going through to reach heights unknown and to empower them to overcome obstacles, see their potential and operate in it to the fullest. Cheryl has a heart for the broken, the rejected and those who may have been counted out by man but not by God. She believes that it is important to create an atmosphere that fosters trust, compassion and love while promoting strategies that will allow individuals to take the limits off, build courage, and live a wholesome life.
Cheryl made her debut as a columnist in the very last Edition of the Publication with an incredibly insightful, compassion filled article. Please join us in celebrating Cheryl’s return.
To read Cheryl’s post in this Edition, click: Angry…To The Core
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