dysheka bibbs, msw, lcsw
Dysheka Bibbs, MSW, LCSW received a Masters of Social Work with a concentration in child and family welfare from Fayetteville State University. I received a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in sociology from Dominican University. My 6-year journey as a clinician
has given me an opportunity to provide effective, evidence-based therapies in order to enhance the emotional, social, health, and psychological development by strengthen individual’s coping skills
within their everyday lives.
I got involved in counseling in order to give a voice to the voiceless. As a License Clinical Social
Worker I specialize in individual, family and group therapy. The areas I have a passion for are
Depression, Anxiety, and Anger Management, and Trauma. By utilization Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Strength Base Approach, Trauma Informed Care, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, and Person Center Approach I guide and support individuals through personal life challenges. My goal is to help individuals identify unhealthy coping habits and/or life style choices and replace them with healthy habits and/or choices. In order to make this transition successful I encourage self-reliance which allows the individual to build on their
strengths to attain the personal growth in which they strive to achieve.
When I am not working I like to travel. I enjoy reading my favorite authors are Leo Tolstory and Jack London.
All of our communication becomes part of the clinical record, which is accessible to you upon request. I will keep confidential anything you say as part of our counseling relationship, with the following exceptions: (a) you direct me in writing to disclose information to someone else, (b) it is determined you are a danger to yourself or others (including child or elder abuse), or (c) I am ordered by a court to disclose information.
As a part of any good psychotherapist’s tenure, ongoing supervision, and consultation with other
professionals is necessary in order to provide optimal treatment. Personally identifiable information is excluded from this and other information is only shared for treatment planning and implementation processes.