Rhéma Word Enterprises, LLC, is a creative arts and mental health and wellness business that enriches the lives of individuals through the creative process, and psychological and emotional support. As a means to facilitate transformative art therapy experiences, Nachaé Jones opened Jonesy’s Place. With her guidance, Jonesy’s Place has become a leading provider of therapeutic art services in the areas of, assessments, transformative training, and development.
Mental Health Meets Artistry
Nachaé Jones is a State Board Certified Christian Counselor and artist. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jones holds a degree in Psychology with a concentration in Philosophy from the highly acclaimed Spelman College. Nachaé has traveled the world studying Psychology, foreign language, photography, and cultural exchange related to her interests of study. After traveling the world and seeing places from a cultural standpoint such as France, Kenya, Tanzania, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, and Italy, she used the experience gained during her college years within the realm of business consulting and Landscape Photography to launch Rhéma Word Enterprises, LLC. From birth, Nachaé has loved all things related to the arts and creativity. Nachaé is a prophetic abstract painter, spoken word artist, mime dancer, landscape photographer, and enjoys playing the trumpet.
When not working, Nachaé is serving as President of a non-profit organization, The Jonesy Foundation Inc., which supports underserved communities in the Philadelphia and Atlanta areas in honor of her late father, Officer James Jones. Additionally, Nachaé is heavily involved in local government with the City of Forest Park, GA, and is a board member of the city's Downtown Development and Urban Redevelopment Authority Boards. Nachaé is a chamber member and graduate of Leadership Clayton, an advanced community leadership program powered by Clayton County’s Chamber of Commerce. Upon completion of this program, she received the team's Leadership Award and was a chosen participant for The Atlanta Regional Commission’s Regional Leadership Institute program, focusing on art therapy.
Founder of Jonesy's Place
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Our mental health workshops empower organizational leaders to build positive collegial relationships while honoring individuality. In addition, R.W.E. workshops help companies understand the importance of valuing their employees while simultaneously creating a mentally healthy workspace. We aim to use art therapy to utilize art in the workplace among teams or departments of workers to help build connections, partnerships, and morale.