Diamonds Williams


Diamonds’ is a compassionate soul dedicated to guiding individuals on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth. Currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Walden University, she anticipates graduating by Winter 2024. With a diverse professional background, Diamonds’ has excelled as a Career Counselor, specializing in assisting individuals with disabilities in securing desired employment through on-the-job training. Holding certifications as a TWC Job Skills Trainer and Job Placement Specialist, she brings a wealth of expertise to her work.

Diamonds’ adopts a comprehensive approach to counseling, drawing from theories such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Internal Family Systems. Her philosophy revolves around promoting client autonomy and maintaining a person-centered focus tailored to each individual.

Beyond her academic and professional pursuits, Diamonds’ is the driving force behind the nonprofit, Bonnet Therapy. This initiative challenges internal and external stereotypes that Black women encounter and face daily. Bonnet Therapy provides a safe space for Black girls and women to authentically express themselves. On YouTube, Diamonds’ engages in mock counseling sessions with Black women, all while embracing their bonnets. This unique approach fosters vulnerability and sparks authentic conversations, contributing to a supportive online community.