Tammy Franklin-Williams is a Holistic Health Practitioner and the owner of A New U Holistic Services. She attended the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts and obtained a degree in Holistic Healthcare with a concentration in Mind-Body Transformational Psychology. Within the program she has over 300 hours in Life Coaching and Hypnotherapy. She is also a licensed and certified Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist. She holds certification in Youth Mental Health First Aid through the National Council for Behavioral Health. In addition to her accomplishments and responsibilities, she is a SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) Program Facilitator, which is a support program for people recovering from addictions, as well as a Chronic Pain Self-Management Facilitator through the TN Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Her company is recognized as a Certified Recovery Organization through the TN Faith-Based Initiative supported by the TN Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services as well. Mrs. Williams is a member of the Memphis Area Prevention Coalition. Other previous memberships included the National Acupuncture detoxification Association (NADA), the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) and Empress and Emperor’s, a not-for-profit organization addressing the needs of youth.
Practitioner Williams feels deeply that it is an honor and a privilege to help others, witnessing first-hand the devastation caused by mental health and substance abuse and dealing with her own health issues. Tammy meets each person where they are on their path of health and wellness. She believes that wellness is unique to each individual and is committed to supporting and empowering through the process.
Her specialties include utilizing alternative modalities to ease chronic and acute pain, emotional health including stress/anxiety/depression, sleep disorders, headaches, and addiction recovery. She has a gentle approach and is experienced at working with people with trauma. Over the years, she has volunteered by providing services to special populations including veterans, substance misusers and youth. Alpha Omega Veterans Services, Barron Heights Transitional Center, CAAP and First Step Recovery are just a few organizations with whom she has visited.
“It is my belief that with my own transformation and education, combined with the drive and compassion to serve and advocate, I am fulfilling my purpose in life”.