ABOUT MONIEK RICHARDSON-GARSIDE
Moniek S. Richardson-Garside, LCSW, MBA
I have always possessed a desire to help others from a young age. I started my journey in family and children services, mentoring Chicago youth and working with various community organizations. I eventually shifted from working in the community to working and helping others in a healthcare setting.
As a healthcare professional for over 14 years, my love of helping others is what motivates me to do all that I can to help with the patient encounter. I have worked in various clinical and healthcare settings including emergency and crisis intervention, local metro Atlanta hospitals, hospice and end-of-life care as well as outpatient clinic settings.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, my goal is to use my knowledge, as well as my professional and clinical experience to help individuals, couples and corporate teams recognize and overcome many of life's challenges. My unique approach of incorporating wellness practices along with a therapeutic approach will allow you to reach full potential - mentally and physically.
Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work (In Progress)
Walden University (2021)
Master of Social Work
Loyola University of Chicago (2009)
MBA in Healthcare Administration and Management
Colorado Technical University (2011)
Bachelors of Social Work
Aurora University (2008)
Certification in Women's Entrepreneurship
Cornell University (2021)
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
How We Can Work Together
I can provide a range of services related to social work, mental health, personal development and more to you and/or your organization including panelist, keynote speaker, facilitation, presentations, workshops, and trainings.
I love to come up with big ideas, however, I am also a planner and a doer. I welcome the opportunity to help you, your organization and/or community turn your dream into a tangible program or initiative. Let's chat!
Trying to figure a few things out? Launching a new program or initiative around mental health? Want to find innovative ways to promote the benefits of therapy or mental health? Let's connect!