I have many years of teaching and counseling experience at the secondary and college levels with students diverse in age, ability and ethnicity in Detroit, Ann Arbor Spring Arbor, and Flint. I privately supervise and counsel individuals, couples, groups, families, children and adolescents in career, mental health wellness and personal concerns. I have provided monthly lectures and counseling to one hundred fifty inmates at the G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility in Jackson Michigan. I provide workshops regarding career education and adolescent developmental concerns. Every facet of my training and work has been with a diverse population, academically, socially or otherwise. I have provided student-teacher supervision for Eastern Michigan University, Wayne State University and Spring Arbor University.
- Ph.D.: (Counseling/Psychology) Wayne State University
Awards & Honors
Trial and error in career transition, Kennerly, V. L. (2004)