LaToya Gilmore

Psychotherapist

Dr. LaToya S. Gilmore is a therapist, educator, consultant, and owner of LSG Counseling Services, PLLC. Her private practice offers counseling, coaching, and educational services. She focuses on the importance of doing emotional work and how the exploration of our childhood experiences can lead to change in the present. She is an advocate for ending the stigma related to seeking therapy within communities of color. Her mission is to empower others to process situations and feelings in healthier, growth-promoting ways that lead to holistic healing.

She is an empathic nurturer with a passion for assisting others along their journey to obtaining the realities they desire. Her authentic and organic approach to mental health related issues such as depression, anxiety, and adjustment difficulties has enabled Dr. Gilmore to impact the lives of those she’s worked with in her private practice and beyond.

Dr. Gilmore is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Texas who began her career in Southern California as a family therapist in Compton. From agency settings to the classroom as a college professor, this clinician is an expert in serving a diverse population of beautifully unique humans.

She is a proud two-time HBCU (Historically Black College and University) graduate with a doctorate in counselor education, specialized training in marriage and family therapy, and career planning. Dr. Gilmore has over fifteen years of experience in the areas of emotional wellness and relationship preservation and deems it a privilege to journey alongside each client she works with.

Episodes for this expert

  • How Friendships Change After Having a Baby

    Now that you’re a parent, Friday nights out on the town just don’t have the same appeal that they used to. And you may not even realize you’ve drifted apart until their invitations have stopped coming. Like it or not, for better or for worse, your friendships will change after you have a baby, and our panel of parent guests today are here to share their experiences to help you navigate what that might look like.

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