Nikiki “Kiki” Stovall, LCSW

Nikiki Stovall in counseling office

Therapy with Kiki has been extremely helpful and productive. I look forward to my weekly sessions, and feel that it is extremely beneficial. Kiki is very easy to talk to, actively listens, and shows genuine concern for my mental health. I am learning strategies to help me cope with day to day stressors as well as deep rooted traumas. I look forward to the healing that will take place as I continue my sessions!

Client L

Hello Everyone! 

My name is Nikiki StovalI, but you can call me Kiki.  I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, mental health therapist, Army Veteran, mother to a wonderful and talented son, and “good people”…not necessarily in that order. 

People often ask why I became a therapist.  I answer I believe I’ve always been a therapist, just without the title.

I discovered my passion for helping while in the Army.  I served in the United States Army for 20 years.  Yep, that’s me. A much younger (and smaller) Soldier.  The Army taught me how to relate to people and how to inspire and motivate them to get the job done.   During my 20 years of service, I met a countless number of people from all racial, cultural, and social-economic backgrounds.  And of all the different types of people I met, I noticed one common truth: each of us experienced problems, hardships, and sadness of one kind or another.  No one was exempt.  No matter the race or gender; no matter where the person was from; no matter if they were raised by both parents or a single parent; no matter if they were poor, middle-class, or rich.   

Once I decided to make my love of helping a full-time career, I wanted to create an environment that was free of judgment and full of acceptance, respect, and understanding.  

We all need help from time to time.  There is no shame in that.  It is my sincere desire to help you live the life that you deserve. Schedule your free consultation to see how we can best serve you. 

“Where YOU Matter!”

“I served in the United States Army for 20 years… I discovered one common truth: everyone had problems, hardships, or sadness of one kind or another. No matter the person’s gender, race, or where they were from”


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