My therapeutic work draws on 20 years of practical experience in facilitation and creating creative healing environments and liberation-based healing practices.

I studied Clinical Practice at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College & was selected to be part of the Diversity in Social Work program at the Ackerman Institute for the Family.

I AM Available for therapeutic work for individuals, couples and families. Contact me. 

Liberation Based Healing Conference

Conference Committee and Hunter College liaison.
Panel speaker and moderator

Dr. Mehnaz Afridi, the Director of Holocaust, Genocide, and Interfaith Education Center at Manhattan College spoke on the Creative Pathways for Liberation Panel with Tanya Fields the Executive Director of BLK Projek and José Miguel Paez, LCSW and Lecturer at California State University Northridrige. Moderated by Tanisha at the 11th Annual Conference at Hunter College. 


Ackerman Institute for the Family

Tanisha had the please of being part of the Ackerman Institute for the Family as part of the Diversity in Social Work program where she was exposed to the Ackerman Relational Approach; Supervised by Laurie Kaplan, LCSW and Sipps Smalls, LCSW-R. Pictured here with co-hort members Helen Park (NYU), Jasmine Braithewaite (NYU), Kahin Adam (Columbia) and Ati Egas (Hunter) at the Ackerman Gala in 2017.

The Work Women

A therapeutic engagement team that supports the development and implementation of sustainable wellness for women of color (LBGTQ /Trans inclusive) with Kyana Brindle.