Mindfully Restored is a virtual private practice that started in 2021. We are licensed to work with individuals who reside in New York, Texas, Florida, and New Jersey.
Mindfully Restored provides client-centered, trauma-informed services and products that will allow women to achieve new levels of resilience, healing, and life satisfaction. Many young women suffer from anxiety, depression, trauma, and various life transitions, which makes it easy to feel isolated, misunderstood, and unfulfilled.
Mindfully Restored’s vision is to provide holistic services and products to help women feel empowered to utilize their voices, connect with a healthy community and live fulfilling lives. We believe that we could all be a little more mindful of the way we live.
Beverly Stewart is a compassionate MSW intern who is driven by her desire to help individuals struggling to understand or cope with their mental health issues. With empathy, patience, and good listening skills, she creates a safe space for clients to address their problems and find hope. Beverly is passionate about working with teens (13-17) and feels competent in supporting her client’s with anxiety, depression, life transitions, peer relationships, relationship issues, and women’s issues. Her passion lies in offering life-changing support and teaching valuable skills for overcoming challenges. Outside of her work, Beverly enjoys cooking.
LISA TOLA JOHNSON
Lisa Tola Johnson, is a counselor-in-training pursuing her Master of Social Work at University of Texas at Arlington. She has several years of experience working in the emergency room as a Patient Advocate. Lisa is passionate about assisting individuals navigating mental health challenges. Lisa aims to increase mental health awareness in marginalized communities. She emphasizes collaboration and working together with clients to find lasting solutions to improve the client’s well-being. Lisa is eager to connect with individuals dealing with complex issues, applying her academic knowledge and exploring new therapeutic approaches. Beyond work, she’s a travel enthusiast.
Lisa is interested in working withteens and adults on topics such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma and more.
Tonisha Wine is a counselor-in-training pursuing her Master of Social Work at University of Texas at Arlington. She has several years of experience working as a Case Manager, assisting her clients in their housing needs. Tonisha is inspired by the significance our mental well-being has on the lived human experience. She is knowledgeable about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, where client and therapist work together to develop new ways of thinking and responding to situations. Tonisha is passionate about the continual learning in the evolving mental health landscape. One fun fact about Tonisha: she’s deeply enthusiastic about helping others.
Tonisha is interested in working withteens and adults on topics including coping skills, grief support, life transitions, and stress management.