Adrienne N. Williams is a Colorado native who recently relocated back to Atlanta from Philadelphia, PA. She is a psychotherapist in private practice; she is the Founder and Lead Therapist at Life Epiphany, LLC.
An enthusiast of innovative education, Ms. Williams is the former Director of Partnerships for Science Leadership Academy at Beeber; an inquiry-driven, project-based high school developed in partnership with The Franklin Institute based in Philadelphia, PA. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate at Widener University where her research focuses on mental health and sexuality in the African American community. She is a dedicated and driven clinician with over fifteen years of diverse work experience as an educator, social justice advocate, community activist and social worker.
She earned a Dual Master’s in Social Work and Human Sexuality Education from Widener University and she is presently licensed in Pennsylvania and Georgia. Her goal as a clinician is to dismantle stigma and shame about mental health and sex in our society. In her private practice, she provides individual, couples counseling, workshops and professional development. As a licensed social worker, her philosophy of psychotherapy is grounded in developing authentic relationships by providing an open and safe environment for the people she serves.