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RPCS specializes in the following areas: 

Clinical Issues
Clinical Specialties

RPCS specializes in treating the following mental health diagnoses:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety 

  • Trauma

Developmental disabilities:

  • Autism

 Life issues:

  • Stress-management (e.g., school and work stress/burnout)

  • Life transitions (e.g., move, new job)

  • Parenting

Culture and interpersonal issues: 

  • Relationships

  • Family of origin

  • Cultural stress

  • Racial and historical trauma,

  • Gendered-racism

  • Power and gender based violence


  • Women’s issues

  • Racial-ethnic minorities

  • LGBT

  • Christian

RPCS uses the following evidence based treatments and assessment:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

  • Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP)

  • Seeking Safety

  • Children Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS)

  • Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule - Second Edition (ADOS-2)

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

  • Childhood Traumatic Grief Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CTG-CBT)

  • Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)

  • Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Child Psychology
Children, Adolescents, and Families

RPCS specializes in working with children, adolescents, and their families. RPCS is well versed at connecting with children and adolescents and helping them with issues related to school, peers, and families.


With specified training in adolescent mental health, RPCS is well versed at addressing  transitional age issues such as identity development, healthy romantic relationships, future planning and mental health disorders such as  depression, anxiety, trauma. 

Through therapy and education,RPCS helps parents support their children and adolescent's psychological well-being. Whether you are an adult who is managing mental health issues within the context of parenting or trying to find ways to better support and connect with your child, RPCS can help.

Culture and Diversity

RPCS specializes in diversity and inclusion. Therapeutically, she is attentive to issues of cultural factors that impact psychological well-being and approaches treatment with cultural humility. She consults with organizations and companies providing culture and diversity training to enhance organizational success. 

Culture and diversity make up who we are as individuals and within society. Being attentive to culture and diversity is key to individual psychology well-being and to organizational success. RPCS can help you or your company/organization enrich your well-being and overall success by attending to cultural factors. 

Example research, courses, training, consultation, and workshop topics include: 

  • Culture and Diversity 

  • Implicit Bias

  • Microaggressions

  • Black Mental Health

  • Strong Black Woman


Media is a mainstay in this modern world - it is both shaped  by and shapes user behavior, but it doesn't always impact us all the same way. Nor do we all use media the same. Media users are active in their selection of media that meets their own psycho-social needs and have a tendency to attend to, learn from, and imitate powerful images portrayed in the media of individuals who they can relate to and engage in behaviors that they find favorable. Knowing this, RPCS uses research to identify the ways in which media might impact clients and help clients in therapy and consultation address media's impact on their lives. Since media is here to stay, RPS encourages a healthy relationship with media, helping clients identify ways in which it can be used to meet user goals and increase life satisfaction.

Possible selves represent an individual’s thoughts about what is possible for her future. Through therapy and workshops, RPCS specializes in helping clients identify their possible selves, develop goals, strategies and plans to achieve these possible selves, and learn problem solving skills to manage barriers that may come along. RPCS's main business is helping clients become who they've always wanted to be.

Possible Selves
Possible Selves
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