Marcella Kamile Norman, MA, is a masters level clinical psychotherapist who holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Ashford University, and a master's degree in counseling psychology from Rosemont College in Pennsylvania. Her work began with the community health population and with those experiencing mental health challenges and some kind of psychosis. More recently, Marcella works with those dealing with substance abuse addictions in the drug and alcohol field. Marcella has an extensive background in various disciplines in the mental health field. While working for a community-based mental health program, she realized that there was a great need for more African American clinician representation. So, she has dedicated herself to working with and for the African American community. Marcella also is currently working with children experiencing mental health disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, trauma, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She has also worked with the international community providing psychoeducation through workshops, specifically in Haiti. Marcella is currently pursuing licensure and continually seeking to expand her knowledge and service in the field of mental health, both in her community and internationally.
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