Do you feel like you’re alone? Like you’re the only person going through pain? Have you ever felt alone in a group of people? As if there is no one like you and no one can understand how you feel? This is often the experience of marginalized people, whether it’s because of their gender, sexuality, race or ethnicity, or religion. The effects of such experiences can lead to stress, psychosomatic pain, and mental illness. Psychotherapy can help you combat these issues and establish a system of support. Your life can be beautiful and manageable with our help.

Welcome to Magnolia Mental Health, a mental health practice and resource center created by Quinn Gee-Edwards, LPC. As co-founder of another mental health clinic, Healing Hearts Counseling Center, located in Memphis, Quinn wanted to center her professional services around marginalized persons, and thus began Magnolia Mental Health.

The Magnolia Approach

We believe that there is no one-size-fits-all approach and that therapy works best when the therapist and client work together as a team. Our licensed therapists specialize in a variety of therapeutic styles and take an individualized approach, tailoring treatment to best meet your unique needs.

Some of the modalities we use are:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Mindfullness
  • Solution Focused

We are an LGBTQ+ Affirming Practice

Magnolia Mental Health is committed to ensuring mental health equity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and all sexual and gender minority individuals. We acknowledge that our communities are expansive, diverse, and divergent. We have several ways that we name and conceptualize our identities and the communities from which we come from and are, at times, displaced. We hold and honor all of these tensions. We honor our complex histories and lineage. We understand the limitations of language and know how we understand ourselves, and the languages we use are continually shifting.