TaNesha Saxon is a seasoned therapist with fourteen years of experience in serving children, adolescents, and families in the Twin Cities area. She has a particular focus on aiding disenfranchised minority communities, demonstrating cultural sensitivity honed through extensive multicultural training. TaNesha has distinguished herself in the field by offering services across a broad spectrum, from CTSS services and group therapy to early childhood mental health and family reunification support.
TaNesha's therapeutic philosophy is grounded in reality and choice-based methods, taking a holistic approach that considers all aspects of a person's life to identify areas of change. She specializes in crisis management, dealing with cumulative trauma, foster care issues, blended families, and dual diagnosis, among others. She fosters a supportive environment, aiding her clients in navigating the continuum of trauma recovery and empowering them to find enlightenment and understanding in their mental health journey. Guided by her training in evidence-based DC 0-5 Diagnostic Assessments and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, TaNesha's ultimate aim is to facilitate hope, healing, and change for those she serves.