At Writefully HONEST, our mission is to empower individuals to take control of their overall wellness through education, support, and personalized care. We believe that everyone has the potential to live a vibrant and fulfilling life, and we're here to help them achieve that goal.
North Carolina native Wa'Quita McCauley prides herself on being a devoted mother, and credits her inspiration to her son.
Wa'Quita has always been a person of integrity, faith, education, and hard work. She has always exemplified a leader, but never had a problem standing alone.
In 2020 just as everyone around the world experienced hardships surrounding Covid, so did Wa'Quita. Seeking the help she needed, she sought out therapy. Today, she is a huge advocate, and says "if you put in the work you will get the results!"
As a mother, Wa'Quita also faced the challenge of finding ways to support her child through the mental health crisis youth faced around the world. Through innovative tactics, Wa'Quita found comfort in putting back the broken pieces that once were.
Through supporting her son, Wa'Quita knew so many children and families were experiencing the same struggles. This experience sparked Wa'Quita to start her own business in 2021, solely focused on mental heath.
Working in healthcare and research, Wa'Quita loves working with people and providing support. Writefully HONEST allows her to do just that, but on a deeper level.
The Wa'Quita McCauley you know today is the CEO and owner of Writefully HONEST, the author of several mental health books, workshop facilitator, speaker, life coach, and she's still working on more to come.
Wa'Quita has partnered with various organizations and schools to bring awareness and start dialogue surrounding mental health. Through her innovative workshops and social and emotional engagement, Wa'Quita has encouraged, motivated, and supported many individuals through their journey to wholeness and wellness.
Through her interactive, thought-provoking mental health books, Wa'Quita has helped many open up and start conversations they normally would shy away from.
As she's stated, her mission is "building communication one book at a time, one conversation at a time."