Adejare McMillan, MS, LMHC, ABD
Mental Health Therapist & DEI Consultant
Adejare (Ah-Day-Jah-Ray) McMillan, is professionally known as The Transformative Justice Therapist. At 33 years old, this South Florida-based speaker, poet, & community organizer is currently a Ph.D. candidate, studying Couples and Family Therapy at NSU, and specializes in Race and Equity, Sexuality, Addictions, and Men’s Issues. As a member of several organizations dedicated to human rights and social justice, Adejare has spent his entire collegiate career actively engaged in activism, advocacy, and organizing in a variety of contexts. Having received the gift of being trained to facilitate transformative spaces, Adejare has ushered over 25 others into the practice and held countless others using Restorative and Transformative Justice interventions. A self-published author of two poetry compilations, “In Silence” and “getting through,” Adejare is no stranger to vulnerability or discomfort and continuously seeks opportunities to develop and increase awareness of Mental Health access points primarily for Black folks and other people of color. He dedicates his professional pursuits, crafts, and life to creating and curating spaces meant to move folks toward solutions for themselves, their communit(ies), and those involved in them who may be out of alignment — influencing healing, and being of service when, where and however he is able. You can find him around South Florida both hard at work and hard at play… because you know, BALANCE!