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Sharhonda Moore MS, LCADC

Sharhonda has worked in the social service field for 26 years, specializing in trauma and substance use counseling for adolescents and adults.

During her years of working in the social service field, Sharhonda has worked in various treatment modalities, including inpatient, outpatient, corrections, medical detox, methadone maintenance, community, and residential mental health.

Sharhonda's approach is trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy for children, adolescents, and their families, motivational interviewing, client-centered, and trauma-sensitive yoga. 


Keenan Chapman

Keenan Chapman is a Los Angeles, California native with a passion for creative arts and activism. He began drawing at the age of 3, first as a hobby, that would later turn into a profession. At the age of 8, when he experienced the tragic loss of his father, he began his journey of healing through the arts. Keenan's loss fueled his passion to want to give back to his community through a vessel of sketching, tattooing, music production, meditation, and paint.

Art would prove to be his strongest voice, bringing awareness to loss and social injustice. In 2012 he presented an art piece to the family of Trayvon Martin, inspired by the social and public outrage behind the case.

In 2016, at the Rally for the Unification of of the Crips and Bloods in Los Angeles, his "Unity" piece calling for peace between the gangs would be used as a visual representation of the ultimate goal of peace. In 2019, he was featured painting a mural, of Nipsey Hussle, on the television series All American.

His website is

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