Today, we have the pleasure of interviewing Deona Frierson, LCSW, NM-I, a highly experienced Entrepreneur, Licensed Therapist, Relationship Expert, Neuro Meditation Instructor, and an Amen Clinics Brain Health Coach. She demonstrates her ardency by delivering monumental services that unearth her clients’ true potential.
Her mission is to provide guidance and support for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) through the practice of mindfulness, meditation and therapy. Apart from her desire to bear witness to BIPOC (Black Indigenous People Of Color) experiencing healing, wholeness and wellness, she is also passionate about social justice, accessible health care and ending the stigma associated with mental health treatment.
Highly intuitive, passionate, and empowerment-driven, Deona M. Frierson is a leading professional whose sole mission is to leave a lasting positive mark within society.
Deona has an impressive inventory of successes throughout her career. For example, from 2009 to 2011, she was an active Board Member for Parent Voice. She was a University of North Carolina Charlotte’s School of Social Work Community Advisory Board Member from 2014 to 2019. Also, Deona is the founder and owner of ProCure Therapeutic Agency, Inc, The Excellent Marriage, and the creator of the nine-week transformation program, The Intentional Woman Series, to support women in surfacing their authentic selves. Between her insightful expertise and adroitness, Deona has constructed various marriage retreats, seminars, workshops, and performed high-level counseling services proven to rejuvenate marriages, foster personal growth, and support individuals in discovering their genuine purpose.
Nothing makes Deona happier than being a valuable resource for her clients. As someone who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, holds a BS in Sociology from Fayetteville State University, a BA in Social Work from the University of North Carolina, a Masters in Social Work from the University of South Carolina, and is heavily trained in Imago Based Therapy, Deona has demonstrated her commitment to her career. With this as her background, when you connect with Deona, you can have the solidifying confidence that you will develop the necessary life skills to capitalize on your strengths, unearth your true self, and gain rooted self-awareness to prosper both as an individual and within your marriage.
Please tell us about what it is that you do.
I am a Licensed Therapist, NeuroMeditation Instructor, and Relationship Expert. I am passionate about people experiencing wholeness and wellness in every area of their lives.
Please tell us about ‘The Collective’
The Collective is an invitation for Black Women to experience community during these isolating times and just BE. With everything going on in this world right now, it is important that a safe space was created. A space where we can heal and grow. I share the benefits of meditation and the importance of wellness in every area of our lives (Spiritual, Mental, Emotional, Physical, Relational, Financial and Professional). I talk about the importance of self-awareness, self-care, self-love and self-compassion.
During this time we hold space for one another authentically and unapologetically. We share, we breathe, we Meditate…
The Collective will be held on Second Sunday of the Month at 8:00 pm. It will be held on November 15 and December 13. You can register here.
What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?
I have become successful by being patient and trusting the process, and knowing my Why. My Why is complex. Not only do I want to see healing, wholeness, and wellness in my community, I also want to leave a legacy for my children. Learning, growing, and evolving. When I stopped thinking that every problem meant failure, I began to grow in areas that were needed.