Keyanna Evans is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over a decade of social service experience. Keyanna graduated from IUPUI with Bachelor of Science degrees in Forensics and Investigative Sciences and Psychology. She received her MSW from Indiana University shortly after. Her therapeutic approach is client-centered and strengths-based and she strives to build a therapeutic alliance that is genuine. Keyanna has worked with all kinds of children, adults, and families, ages 2-85, through in-home, outpatient, child welfare and school-based services. She has experience working with individuals that are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, anger, disruptive behaviors, relationship challenges, self-esteem, and trauma. She has a special heart for black or other persons of color (BIPOC) and adolescent girls specifically to promote a healthier well-being and mental health with an emphasis on increasing self-awareness, self-esteem, personal strengths, and resiliency. Keyanna creates a space for others to express themselves with no judgement and to have a safe place to be perfectly incomplete.
Keyanna has a love or better described as a need, to travel as she enjoys gaining new experiences or exploring new places with her daughter. She also enjoys crafting, documentaries, reading, game nights, spending time with her family & friends and being held hostage by her bed (relaxing). She has a passion for aiding others becoming the best version of themselves, empowering women, guiding kids/teens, and decreasing the mental health stigma (generational traumas) in the black community.