I earned my Doctor of Clinical Psychology degree from the Los Angeles campus of the Chicago school of professional psychology and I earned my certification in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, from the New Center Psychoanalytic Institute. Though I am from Los Angeles, my education hails from the South and the Eastern regions. I completed my undergraduate studies at Norfolk State University, an HBCU (Historically Black College and University), and graduated with a Bachelor's in Psychology before relocating to Washington, D.C. to complete my Master's of Psychology. I am a woman of strong discernment. I provide life rehab, by helping people decode their psyche, heal their psychological wounds and transcend their ego. I work from a spiritual and psychoanalytic framework, focusing on earlier childhood experiences, attachment styles, repeated patterns, and defense mechanisms used to aide in repressing psychological wounds. I consider myself to be a mental health surgeon, because I am not for the faint of heart. With eight years of clinical training working with youth, inmates, child analysis and currently, adult analysis, I aide in removing the psychology, which keeps the psyche bound, so that one is able to transcend to God and higher self. Transcendence of the ego, as it affects quality of life and treating the whole person (Spirit-Mind-Body) is my ultimate focus. I focus on adults and couples.
My Doctoral Dissertation Title: Transcendence of the Ego in Psychotherapy