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Nia Eubanks-Dixon

Nia Eubanks-Dixon is an ordained minister, counselor, facilitator, educational trainer, professional dancer/storyteller, teacher, and a therapeutic restorative artist. In 2002, she received her BFA in Dance Education from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  In August of 2004, she became an ordained minister. Through her interactive approach to learning, she effectively teaches her students and workshop attendees resiliency, empathy, responsibility, and self-efficacy.


Mrs. Eubanks-Dixon’s mission is to educate and equip individuals with the personal task of finding their own voice while realizing their connection to the larger world in order to strengthen individuals, couples and families. To further her mission, Mrs. Eubanks-Dixon is certified in life coaching, brief therapy counseling, crisis intervention, the dialogic process, restorative justice, interactive mediation, restorative arts, as well as de-escalation. She currently attends Eastern University to obtain her Master’s Degree in Urban Studies with a concentration in Community Arts.


Over the past 15 years, since relocating to the Greater Philadelphia area, Mrs. Nia Eubanks-Dixon has taught, hosted educational trainings and directed programs for organizations including: Daughters of the King, Point Breeze Performing Arts Center, The Philadelphia Department of Recreation, Jobs for the Future, Black Women’s Health Alliance, Philadanco Second Company, The Juvenile Delinquent Center, The University of the Arts, Bryn Mawr College, District 1199C Training and Upgrading Fund, among many others. With her husband/best friend of 17 years she offers couples and single relationship counseling sessions and workshops throughout the greater Philadelphia area.


Mrs. Eubanks-Dixon has had the opportunity to study under master facilitators and teachers including Dr. Nathan Corbitt, Linda McClain, Rev. Dr. Clarence and Geri Pemberton, Jeannine Osuande, Baba Chuck Davis and Jawole Zollar. She has developed a teaching and facilitation style that is arts-integrated, hope-infused and Christ-centered. Her workshop participants are encouraged to explore, to express and to take action. She is the proud wife of Rev. Larry Dixon and mother of two amazing children.





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