Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I’m Daishia Holland. As a dedicated licensed clinical social worker with several years of professional experience, I specialize in assisting individuals navigate through life’s complex challenges. Whether you’re dealing with the impacts of grief, stress, and anxiety, navigating relationship dynamics, recovering from trauma and abuse, or seeking to enhance your motivation, self-esteem, and confidence, my approach is designed to be attuned to your personal journey.
My practice is grounded in a deep commitment to cultural competence, and I hold a welcoming space for clients from all backgrounds, with a special acknowledgment of the unique experiences that black individuals and communities face in Houston. Understanding the importance of representation in therapy, I offer my services as a black therapist who appreciates the cultural context of my clients and tailors support to reflect their diverse needs.
In our sessions, you can expect to be met with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. It’s important to me to foster a therapeutic environment where clients feel seen, heard, and understood—a place where you can safely express and navigate your feelings of loss, challenges, and aspirations.
Employing a range of evidence-based approaches—including cognitive-behavioral techniques, John Gottman’s relationship counseling strategies, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and others—I am dedicated to creating a personalized treatment plan that resonates with your individual circumstances and cultural identity.
Taking the step to pursue a more fulfilling and joyful life requires bravery, and it would be my privilege to support and empower you along this path. I am here to journey with you, both in person and via telehealth options, to accommodate your preference and need for flexibility.
To embark on this collaborative journey with me, please request Daishia Holland when scheduling your appointment. I am looking forward to the opportunity to work with you and to honor the strength it takes to seek change.
When scheduling an appointment, please ask for Daishia Holland.