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

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How to Talk About Bullying With Your Kids

Bullying has damaging and sometimes long-term mental health consequences for all those involved. Bullying should no longer be dismissed as a rite of passage. If your son or daughter is… Read More
What to Do When You Find Out Your Child is Being Bullied

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What to Do When You Find Out Your Child is Being Bullied

Even if bullying is not on the radar, it’s important to talk to kids about how to deal with it should it ever happen to them or someone they know. Read More
What Parents Need to Know About Kids Who Self-Harm

Fight For The Heart | High School (9th-12th) | Mental Health | Middle School (6th-8th)

What Parents Need to Know About Kids Who Self-Harm

Discovering that someone you love is self-harming is frightening. It is also very confusing. As a parent, it is difficult to comprehend that no matter how much love you give… Read More
5 Simple Strategies to Help Teens Cope with Anxiety

High School (9th-12th) | Imagine The End | Mental Health

5 Simple Strategies to Help Teens Cope with Anxiety

Spring can be a tough time in the world of a teenager. Yes, the flowers are blooming, the trees are getting greener and the air is filled with the sweet… Read More
How to Respond to Your Child When You Find Out the Unexpected

Fight For The Heart | High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th)

How to Respond to Your Child When You Find Out the Unexpected

“Mom, Dad, there’s something I need to tell you . . .” When it comes to parenting, very few phrases strike terror at the heart of a parent. Its right… Read More

Create A Rhythm

7 Practical Tips to Raising A Child With Autism

Finding out our son had autism was a major blow to the idealistic picture we held of what parenting might be like. Parenting, in general, is far from easy, but parenting… Read More

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Finding Out Your Child Has Autism

The day I discovered I was pregnant with our first child was one of the happiest days of my life. My husband and I had been married for three years… Read More
5 Ways to Help Teens Cope with Change

High School (9th-12th) | Imagine The End | Mental Health | Middle School (6th-8th)

5 Ways to Help Teens Cope with Change

I am a planner and always have been. I carefully constructed a plan for almost every life milestone. Choosing a graduate school program in high school? Check. Wedding dress selection?… Read More
How to Help Young Children Cope with Change

Elementary (K-5th) | Imagine The End | Mental Health

How to Help Young Children Cope with Change

“Change” is a powerful word. One that invokes countless reactions depending on who you ask. Change is also unavoidable. Sometimes it’s within our control, but most often it’s not. Certain… Read More
5 Ways to Help Teens Deal with Life When They Feel Stuck

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

5 Ways to Help Teens Deal With Life When They Feel Stuck

We’ve all been there. We all have encountered struggles that felt bigger than us. And we all develop our own ways of managing emotional pain, shame, and regret. When faced… Read More
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