Hello! I’m Dr. Barbara J. Sharp
I Wish You Well, Inc was founded by Dr. Barbara Sharp. She is a Morgan State University graduate with a master’s degree in Social Work. She holds clinical social worker licenses in both North Carolina and Maryland. She received her Ph.D. in Psychological Studies from Regent University, where she specialized in Trauma-Focused Care. In 2017, Dr. Sharp received a certificate of completion from Elijah House Ministries as an Inner Healing Minister. She is the author of Out of Captivity. She also wrote and published an academic paper titled Giving Voice to Those Born from Unwanted Pregnancies. Dr. Sharp has worked with families experiencing severe psychological or emotional distress for the past thirteen years. Her understanding of the significance of pinpointing the “root” causes has grown as a result of her life experiences and interactions with others. As a clinical social worker, she recognizes that many complex factors affect a person’s psychological well-being, so she takes a more holistic approach to caring for individuals with mental health problems, treating the whole person (emotionally, mentally, socially, physically, and spiritually).
Meet Shatia Sharp
Shatia Sharp earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She has been a Rehabilitation Coordinator/Direct Service Provider in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program for over five years. She possesses the compassion, drive, competency, and understanding to assist individuals in identifying skills, tools, and education in life areas that will enable them to thrive in their personal lives. Shatia has a soft spot in her heart for children and wishes to provide them with skills, and structure to help them develop positive self-esteem and cultivate the talents and skills bestowed upon them by the Lord.
- Rehabilitation Coordinator/Direct Service Provider
- Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- BS in Social Work
Providing a holistic approach to mental health.
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