Camille holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology with a certificate in Africana Studies, a master’s degree in Educational Psychology, and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Texas A&M University. The combination of her time as a member of the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M as well as her experiences in the mental health field mean that Camille possesses a unique combination of skills related to empathy, integrity, leadership, and teamwork.
She demonstrates a lifelong commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice through her research, clinical, and outreach work. Camille has participated on several research teams, two of which had particular team research goals related to understanding topics related to diversity, oppression, and identity- with a particular focus on Black American youth. She has contributed to a published paper related to visual analysis of single-case studies. Further, Camille’s dissertation explored the relationship between racial socialization, racial identity, campus organization affiliation and perceptions of campus climate for Black undergraduate students at predominantly white universities.
Additionally, Camille has nearly seven years of clinical experience working as a therapist in community mental health, university counseling centers, an outpatient psychiatry clinic, and private practice. Over the years Camille has created a niche of working with marginalized and minoritized populations in each of these settings. She has seen particular success in her work with identity development and career exploration with college students and young adults with various intersectional identities.