Limited Licensed Psychologist
Education: Grand Rapids Community College (A.A.), Grand Valley State University (B.S.), Western Michigan University (M.A., Ph.D., Counseling Psychology)
Professional Interest: Stress management, anxiety, depression relationship issues, race-related issues
Therapeutic Approach: My approach to counseling merges client-centered therapy with cognitive behavioral strategies. I believe that counseling is an effective platform for producing within an individual; a system of thinking, feeling, and behaving that will empower a person to overcome the personal, familial, and societal challenges they may be encountering on their life journey.
Personal Interests: Music, stock market, writing
CLS 100 Introduction to College: New Student Experience
1. Black American Females: Once data has been gathered from 1000 subjects, the data will be used to inform the development of a therapeutic model for empowering Black American females.
2. Bi-Racial Americans: Once data has been gathered from 1000 subjects, the data will be used to inform the development of a therapeutic model for empowering Bi-Racial Americans.
1. The Psychology of Racism Volume II. Faith, Fathers, and Famine: The Psychological Evolution of the Black Female
2. The Psychology of Racism Volume III. A Rock and a Hard Place: The Psychological Evolution of the Bi-Racial American