I am a fifth year counseling psychology doctoral student at Purdue University under the mentorship of Dr. Ayse Ciftci. I am originally from Kingston, Jamaica. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Master of Arts in Education and Education Specialist degrees from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
My research interests are in the area of multiculturalism and social justice. More specifically, I study social determinants of mental and sexual health in African American women and the career development process in racial/ethnic minority groups.
Clinical Theoretical Orientation
Theoretically, I ascribe to a person-centered, interpersonal process, and cognitive-behavioral approach. I am interested in personal and career counseling with college students, especially culturally diverse college students.