Tawanna Frazier Lumpkins is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and graduate of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, earning a master’s degree in Forensic Psychology specializing in trauma counseling and applied forensic services. She also holds a certificate of re-specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. She completed post-graduate work in counselor education at the University of Florida and is currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology. She has worked with individuals with mental and developmental disabilities since 1991 as both counselor and case manager. Her clinical experiences extend into and beyond the areas of depression, anxiety, fear, emotional trauma, loss, grief, anger management, self-image and self-esteem. She is a life coach who specializes in mindfulness and emotional healing. Her approaches are compassionate, empathetic, positive and supportive. Her theoretical approach is an amalgamation of cognitive-behavioral and humanistic. Other specialties include Christian faith-based counseling, which she provides in practice upon request.