Articles by Carnell Colebrook-Claude, PhD, NCC
Dr. Carnell Colebrook-Claude holds a doctorate in psychology with emphases in clinical psychology, health psychology and neuropsychology. She is also a national board certified licensed professional counselor, licensed professional clinical counselor, licensed clinical professional counselor, licensed independent mental health practitioner, licensed associate sex offender provider and a board certified tele-mental health provider. She completed her PhD at Fielding Graduate University. Carnell has master’s degrees in professional counseling, clinical psychology, and Christian counseling, as well as a graduate certificate in teaching and learning. She has been inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society in psychology, and the Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society in education. She has over 19 years of therapeutic experience and is amongst a small percentage of individuals within the profession to have such an interdisciplinary background combining so many specialty areas. She also enjoys conducting research studies which have resulted in her creating an original assessment tool, the Adolescent’s Internal Environmental Locus of Control (AINELOC).
Are You a Writer?
Use your talents to contribute to the Time2Track Blog and share your knowledge with students and early career professionals.
A psychologist asks whether we’re at peak #SelfCare overload, and shares how you can assess your real values and needs in order to show up as the person you want to be. http://blog.time2track.com/showing-fully-self-care-paradigm/
If you love someone who abuses substances, you may find yourself with a lot of decisions to make — including whether to continue the relationship. These 4 boundaries can help: http://blog.time2track.com/when-the-one-you-love-abuses-substances-four-must-have-boundaries/
How Therapists Can Write For The Web Without Boring Their Readers http://ow.ly/vxKj30pJEBy
A clinical psychologist answers questions she wishes she'd asked before applying to grad school:
Earning additional certifications after grad school will require significant time and energy, but according to Dr. Carnell Colebrook-Claude, it's a worthwhile investment. http://blog.time2track.com/i-got-additional-certifications-after-grad-school-im-glad-i-did/