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Dr. V is a certified clinical trauma professional with training in EDMR, hypnotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Dr. V helps adolescents and adults heal from PTSD derived from race-based trauma inside or outside of schools, childhood family violence, relationship violence and/or sexual violence. Dr. V is proudly listed as a "highly qualified, culturally competent" service provider for Black girls and women on the Therapy for Black Girls directory and is a "verified" clinical professional on Psychology Today.
Dr. Evans-Winters is an educator and a healer. Her formal academic training, personal survival of childhood trauma, and her appreciation for the joys and pains of Black womanhood have prepared her for both roles. She believes that we can begin to solve education and social problems by building trust and relationships with those whom we have chosen to serve. She uses an interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary approach in her teaching, therapy and coaching practices to help others rethink how they live, love, and learn.
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