Dr. Akosoa McFadgion, MS, LMSW
Dr. Akosoa McFadgion works with adults and adolescents, providing therapy framed with a trauma-informed and African-Centered approach, and guided by her Christian beliefs. Her focus is supporting, women, girls, and men who are survivors of relationship violence, sexual assault, and recovering from childhood trauma. She is passionate about promoting health and wellness for individuals and families.
Dr. McFadgion also enjoys working with individuals and couples on creating healthy relationships with themselves and others. She supports individuals through the process of addressing life transitions, anxiety, depression, anger, and any other issue that challenges their ability to enjoy good health and wholeness.
Dr. McFadgion is a licensed master social worker and research psychologist with over 20 years’ experience. She has conducted research that examined child sexual abuse prevention, the intersection of HIV, Substance Abuse, and Domestic violence, and the prevalence of traumatic brain injuries among survivors of intimate partner violence. She continues to conduct research and training in healthy relationships, trauma, domestic violence, family violence, and how these factors influence the health of women and girls.