Cameisha Brewer was born and raised in Kensett, AR. She is a small town girl with big dreams. She grew up in the Riverview School District. Her mother taught at Kensett Elementary for over 30 years. Her father was a pastor of a local church. Cameisha's heart for serving others was cultivated through watching her parents. At an early age, Cameisha began singing in the choir, playing the piano, and teaching bible study. Because her parents were both in ministry, the family was always on the go. Her parents were both charismatic speakers, life educators, and entrepreneurs. Cameisha has followed in their footsteps. Cameisha's parents taught her the value of having a strong work ethic and loving people.
Now, her work ethic is unwavering. When she sets a goal for herself or her businesses, she and her team do not stop until the goal is met. This work ethic has carried to her education. She attended Harding University where she earned a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Youth and Family Ministry, a M.S. in Professional Counseling, and an Ed.S. in Clinical Mental Health. Cameisha is now a licensed psychotherapist and she owns a private practice in North Little Rock, AR. She uses her education and training to help clients, the girls within her mentoring program, their families, and those in her community. She has worked tirelessly to be a leader and a positive role model for everyone she meets.
Woman. Wife. Business Owner. Leader. Visionary. Coach. Thought Organizer.
"I worked through my own trauma and anxiety to become successful. I'm just getting started. If you're willing to do the work, I can walk you through your healing journey"