Helping others is the gift that keeps on giving.
Where I see patients (1)
Mosi Williams is a social worker who supports adults and kids with hemophilia. His approach puts his patients' strengths and resources, rather than their health issues, at the center of the process. He helps them find resources, community and connection during both good and challenging times. He draws on his personal experience with hemophilia to offer the level and type of support different patients want. Passionate about advocacy, he encourages people to use their voices to influence change in the world of medicine and in expectations for quality of life.
Williams earned his master's degree in social work, with a concentration in health care, from Walden University. He completed a doctorate in psychology at Chaminade University of Honolulu.
In his free time, Williams likes to volunteer, coach sports and travel.