Argosy University the End of an Era

Last Friday March 8, 2019, Argosy University closed. My colleague, Ray Barrett, and I were scheduled to hold a 6 hour telemental health training at the Argosy Atlanta campus that day. Thanks to a former colleague and Argosy professor, I received notice on Wednesday evening (1.5 days before the event), which gave us one day … Read more

Eat the Ice Cream

A few weeks ago a friend and I had a friendly argument about who makes the best non-dairy ice cream. I was touting the virtues of the chocolate coconut milk ice cream from Trader Joe’s and she was swearing by a brand called “So Delicious” which I had only known as an almond milk ice … Read more

Tell Me Something True

February is an important month for me for several reasons. I was born this month; it is Black History Month; it is the month that we put a spotlight on love. I am truly grateful to have made it to my 45th birthday. These past 5 years have been the most challenging of my life. … Read more

Post Graduate Clinical Supervision Ethics

The professional development of mental health clinicians after graduate school rests heavily on the quality of their clinical work experience and the support provided to that supervisee/clinician from their employers and their clinical supervisors. The process of becoming a therapist (or more specifically a psychotherapist – counselor, clinical social worker or marriage and family therapist) … Read more