Ms. Donica Harper holds a masters degree in psychology with a specialization in military culture and families from Adler University and a graduate certificate in Professional Counseling Studies from the University of Baltimore. Prior to her masters degree, Ms. Harper earned two bachelors degrees in psychology and biology from Winston-Salem State University. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD in clinical psychology at Fielding Graduate University.
As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LCPC-S), she has experience working with all ages and treatment modalities (e.g., individual, family, and couples therapy). Her clinical interests include trauma/grief counseling, PTSD, racial disparities and conflict, sexual identity, couples counseling, attachment issues and training upcoming clinicians. She specifically enjoys working first responders, military personnel, members of the LBGTQIA+ community, and college aged individuals.
Ms. Harper is an active member in Psi Chi (International Honor Society in psychology), Association of Black Psychologists, American Psychological Association, and the American Counseling Association.