Welcome to the official website for Jessica T. Fauntleroy!
Jessica T. Fauntleroy, MSW, LCSW-C is a Baltimore native and licensed certified social worker - clinical. With over 15 years of clinical experience, she has worked with many populations including youth, families and veterans assisting them overcoming challenges and traumas. She has committed her career to serving the needs of children and families and providing tools and resources to help them become productive members of society despite their conditions.
As a social worker, she understands how to bring healing to those in need. Jessica is continuing to learn and inspired by the number of opportunities accessible to fill out and enrich the lives of those in need. She provides support, compassion, and guidance to help people and families overcome obstacles to move forward and thrive.
She is the owner of J'elle Inspires, a company that focuses on assisting young women overcome the impact of emotional trauma through books, workshops, and online content. And, she recently opened Restoring Destiny Mental Health Services, a mental health practice focused on helping men, women, and children to overcome challenges and traumas to restore their God-given destinies.
Jessica is also a motivational speaker, bestselling author/blogger, an award-nominated, and a trauma recovery coach. She has written and published three transformational memoirs. They are collectively called The Royalty Trilogy. She wrote The Royalty Trilogy to inspire and allow readers to transform their traumas into power.
Her goal is for J'elle Inspires books and online content to assist adolescents and young women (ages 13- 21) all over the US in urban communities with overcoming the effects of emotional trauma.
Jessica believes our trauma is not our trademark, our healing is. And the healing happens when people are given the guidance and the support they need not only to pull on their own strengths but to realize their potential and to live happily.
She is a proud alumni of Morgan State University and Howard University School of Social Work and attended The Seton Keough High School.