ProCure Agency, Inc (501c3) is a non-profit Meditation and Wellness Center founded in 2019 that is dedicated to making mental health, mindfulness, meditation, and brain health services accessible. With our services, individuals are given the chance to have the support that they deserve in receiving various forms of therapy and healing methods that cater to their holistic self which is composed of their body, emotions, mind, brain, and spirit, as well as their relationships.
With meditation and wellness, a person is given the guidance in overcoming life’s challenges, achieving short-term and long term-goals, promoting emotional growth, improving concentration, sharpening the ability to focus, and addressing mental health issues, among others. Meditation, when done right, has endless possible benefits on an individual. All individuals need to do is to find the right kind of meditation that is suitable for their needs and preferences and adhere to them to promote positive results.
Deona M. Frierson, LCSW, NM-I is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Imago Therapist, and a Certified NeuroMeditation Instructor. She is trained in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and a practitioner of Transcendental Meditation (TM). She is currently in private practice in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In 2008, Deona founded ProCure Therapeutic Agency, Inc., a Nationally Accredited Behavioral Health Organization offering quality, accessible Evidence-Based Mental and Behavioral Health Services to children, adolescents, and families. She is also the founder of The Excellent Marriage™ where she serves as a Relationship Expert and Certified Imago Therapist providing Marriage Intensives, Retreats, Seminars, and Therapy.
In 2019 Deona launched ProCure Agency, Inc. (501c3) a Wellness and Meditation Center. The non-profit side of the organization will focus on Brain Health, Mindfulness, and NeuroMeditation. With her certification as a NeuroMeditation Instructor, she has guided adults in managing their holistic health which involves their Spirit, brain, mind, emotions, body, and relationships.
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.
Deona enjoys and cherishes spending quality time with her husband David of over 18 years and children Malik, Isaiah, and Hannah.
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