Dr. April Etoye
Who is Dr. April Etoye?
Dr. April E. Stewart is a licensed mental health professional that thoughtfully created the April Etoye brand to inspire women to prioritize and maintain their self-care and mental wellness through sensibility and self-awareness.
Countless times she has witnessed many women, including herself, losing themselves in the daily obligations of career, family, relationships, and other ongoing efforts, falling victim to self-neglect, becoming overwhelmed and depleted.
She wants women to grant themselves permission to set themselves as a sole priority, ultimately restoring balance and peace back into their lives.
Dr. April E. Stewart, a God-fearing woman, grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She has always been a loving person and doting to her friends and family.
Experience and Education
She has worked over 15 years as a Social Worker in the Human Services and Criminal Justice field, and has had experience as an Emergency Room Licensed Clinician, Clinical Director of a Substance Abuse Treatment Program, Psychotherapist in Private Practice, and Graduate Adjunct Professor.
Dr. April E. Stewart is well seasoned in the therapeutic practices it requires to preserve and maintain a sense of wholeness and well-being.
Dr. Stewart attended both Middle Tennessee State University and University of Tennessee Knoxville. She obtained education as a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services with Specialization in Counseling Studies, she has a Master of Science in Criminal Justice, and a Master of Science in Social Work.
April Etoye the Brand
The April Etoye brand is designed for the ambitious, sophisticated, and empowered woman who occasionally flirts with her fierce side.
A brand built and cultivated as a gateway to an inner retreat of rejuvenation and reawakening.
From the luxury swoon-worthy scented candles to the fragrant aromatherapy bath bombs, April Etoye is a brand of sanctuary and escape shaped for all women.
April Etoye mission is to help women find tranquility through a journey of personal intimacy and self-discovery.
Self-care is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation of mind, body, and spirit. To be whole for one-self, is to be whole for others.
She challenges women to bare their heart to find inner beauty, peace and freedom through this transparency and vulnerability.