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Cherokee owns and operates Little Bits Counseling and Therapy(LBCT). She is a mother of two and a grandmother. She enjoys learning to play the violin and dancing. If she was not a mental health therapist she would be a choreographer. 

Cherokee is a resilient and determined business owner who has overcome significant personal challenges to achieve success in the business world. Born and raised in a small town, she faced early adversity, including a turbulent family life and personal trauma that left a lasting impact on her self-esteem. Despite facing numerous obstacles, she pursued a degree in social work, driven by a deep-seated desire to  make a positive impact on the lives of others and overcome the psychological challenges she and others face.


After completing her education at Rutgers University, Cherokee gained experience working in various roles within the mental health field. With fifteen years of experience she has worked with diverse populations and attended clinical trainings in EMDR, CBT, and Somatic interventions. She is a published author (Rain to Reign) and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Cherokee is also a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), Certified Grief Professional (CGP), Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) and an ADHD-CCSP.  

Cherokee’s journey wasn't without its share of personal struggles. She openly shares her experiences with trauma and low self-esteem, aiming to break the stigma surrounding mental health. By doing so, she connects with clients on a deeper level, fostering an environment of empathy and understanding. Cherokee is passionate about educating, inspiring and empowering others.

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