Dr. Chinwé Williams

Dr. Chinwé Williams is a Board-Certified and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Georgia. She has served as a school counselor, counselor supervisor, and an executive coach. Her expertise lies in the areas of trauma recovery, enhancing resilience, and adolescent and young adult wellness. She has taught at Georgia State University, University of Central Florida, and Rollins College. Dr. Chinwé currently speaks and writes in the areas of stress and anxiety management and wellness. She maintains an active private practice in Roswell, GA, serving individuals, couples, adolescents, and young adults. Her website is: meaningfulsolutionscounseling.com

How to Have a Mental Health Check-In With Your Teen and Preteen | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health | Self Care

How to Have a Mental Health Check-In With Your Teen and Preteen

Whether your child is a preteen or a teen, mental health symptoms are widespread around this age. Studies show that mental health and substance use had been rising among adolescents… Read More
5 Things Your Kids May Be Worried About This School Year | Parent Cue Blog

Current Events | Featured | Mental Health | School Life

5 Things Your Kids May Be Worried About This School Year

This academic year is the marker for most of our kids to return to full time, in-person learning. On top of the normal jitters about the academic year, it’s no… Read More
How to Calm Your Anxious Child | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health | Special Topics

How to Calm Your Anxious Child

If you are the parent of an anxious child, you are not alone. Anxiety is the most common mental health condition of childhood and adolescence. Read More
7 Signs Your Child May Be Lonely | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health | Social Life

7 Signs Your Child May Be Lonely

The first step toward warding off loneliness is to recognize the signs and clues that your child may be feeling lonely.   Read More
4 Ways to Help Your Child Cope With Loneliness | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health | Social Life

4 Ways to Help Your Child Cope With Loneliness

Parents hate to think that their child might be lonely. And let’s face it, loneliness isn’t healthy for kids or adults.   Read More
How to Have a Healthy Disagreement with Your Child | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health

How to Have a Healthy Disagreement with Your Child

As children get older, addressing the conflict gets a little more complicated, and it’s easier for frustration and even anger to arise. Read More
I'm Worried My Child Is Self-Harming | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | High School (9th-12th) | Mental Health | Middle School (6th-8th)

I’m Worried My Child Is Self-Harming

Individuals who self-harm are attempting to control or manage painfully negative thoughts or overwhelming emotions with the resources at their disposal.  Read More
Help, My Kid Is Mad at Me | Parent Cue Blog

Family Life | Featured | Mental Health

Help, My Kid Is Really Mad at Me

Anger can be an immediate response to something that feels threatening in the moment or it can build up over time. Read More
5 Ways to Support Your Kids During Scary Times | Parent Cue Blog

Current Events | Mental Health

5 Ways to Support Your Kids During Scary Times

The images of the violence that took place in our nation’s capital were deeply disturbing and once again, placed us parents in the undesirable position of having to engage in… Read More
5 Tips for Coping with Suicide Loss | Parent Cue

Special Topics

5 Tips for Coping with Suicide Loss

There is no “right” or “wrong” way to cope with suicide loss, but the tips below may help you or your child navigate through this tragedy. Read More
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