My experience in the clinical field ranges. I have worked in several settings, including psychiatric residential treatment facilities, inpatient treatment facilities, in-home therapeutic services and within the public school system in greater Atlanta. My secondary education degrees were received from Winston Salem State University (Winston Salem, NC) where I majored in Sociology and Criminal Justice and Georgia State University (Atlanta, GA) where I went on to receive my Masters in Social Work.
I enjoy spending time with my nieces and nephews and feel energized and full of joy when I am working out, watching TV, spending time with close friends or engaging in outdoor activities like concerts, trips to the park or adventurous outings. More than anything listed above, I love my quiet time with God. It gives me the space to regroup and refocus on all I have been called to do. I know that it is my responsibility to be the woman of GOD I needed when I was younger. It pushes me to keep going knowing that younger lives are watching me live the life GOD has ultimately called us to live; one dedicated to serving HIM. I have taken on the motto "Be the change you want to see in the world" and use it to propel me forward each day.