Deondra Smith Psy.D.
- Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington, DC
- M.A. Clinical Psychology, American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington, DC
- B.A Psychology, Albion Michigan, Albion, MI
- B.A. Ethnic Studies, Albion Michigan, Albion, MI
- Fall 2022 – Assistant Professor, Stevenson University
- 2021- Spring 2022 Visiting Senior Lecturer, Stevenson University
- 2018 – 2021 Adjunct Faculty, Stevenson University
- 2018 – Present Licensed Psychologist, Breakthrough Therapeutic Concepts, LLC.
- Dr. Smith’s clinical interests focus on:
- the integration of play therapy and other non-directed modalities in therapy children and adolescents.
- examining the relationship between ethnic identification, cultural expression and psychological well-being.
- Caribbean psychology and psychology of the Black Diaspora
- Dr. Smith’s current projects include:
- Developing a children’s series book focused on promoting emotional identification and expression in school-aged children
- Developing a group-based intervention program to promote socio-emotional improvements among at-risk Bahamian youth
- Undergraduate courses: Basic Counseling Skills, Advanced Counseling Skills, Human Growth and Development, Adult Psychopathology
- Graduate courses: Personality Theory and Assessment, Theories of Psychotherapy
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