All About Malissa Melton-Otunba


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Malissa is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor with over 12 years experience working with individuals, couples and families.  She believes every day is a new opportunity to create the life you want and deserve. Malissa will help you understand the past, live and love the present, and plan for the future.

Malissa's strengths are in working with women's issues, couples, youth/young adult transitions, anxiety-based disorders, mood disorders,trauma, self-esteem, holistic care, marriage, thriving after divorce, parenting, multicultural issues, financial counseling, spiritual development and career coaching.

Malissa uses a solution-focused approach to allow clients to overcome challenges to living their most authentic lives.  She incorporates Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Techniques, Motivational Interviewing, Healing Centered Engagement, and faith-based therapeutic approaches in working with clients to achieve their goals.  She is a trained EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) therapist that targets trauma that gets stuck after a highly emotional event. Click here for more info on this highly effective and efficient form of therapy.

In Malissa's free time, she enjoys spending time with her three teen-agers, having fun with friends, working out, reading and traveling to a new destination.

Mental health issues continue to carry stigma in our society, my goal is to help normalize mental health care for those seeking treatment.  Postpartum Depression (PPD) is the most common disorder that women face during and after pregnancy. Yet, so few get treated because of the stigma and shame they feel. “There is No Health Without Mental Health Anthology”: Mommy’s & Mental Health Postpartum Blues" shares the personal stories of women, including myself and our journey with PPD and healing.  Please help us spread the word to normalize mental health care, diagnosis and treatment.  Buy a copy for a new mom or someone you care about and please call to schedule an appointment for support.  

Purchase your copy here. Books can also be purchased here in the office for $10.