Nasha Joseph attained her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2016. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Walden University and is expected to graduate in February 2021.
Nasha has experience in working with children and first started doing so for a high school daycare program as a child caretaker. Nasha then worked as a Child Protective Investigator and Case Worker for the Department of Children and Families. She enjoyed the multiple positions within the department so she could better understand the processes in place and the array of client cases to best meet the needs of both the children and adults when working with the families. Nasha also has experience working with youth and young adults during her time as a small group leader at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Nasha works with emotional and behavioral challenges, life adjustments, and mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression. Nasha utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Therapeutic play Techniques and Mindfulness to help serve her clients. Nasha works with her clients to provide a safe space to work through challenges, while also providing tools to help empower and assist clients in building upon their inner strengths.