Full Name: Olushola Cargill-Adewumi
Shola Cargill is a doctoral extern at CCCC and holds a M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology. She is currently enrolled in her third year in the Doctoral Program at the The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington, DC. Shola has experience working with adolescents in the juvenile justice system, children and adolescents in foster care, and women and children who have experienced trauma, specifically domestic violence. She is currently a Certified Mental Health Facilitator and volunteers in the communities of Prince George’s County, MD and Washington, DC. Shola is also well versed in psychological assessments and provides services such as cognitive and personality testing at CCCC.
Shola has clinical interests in couples and families, trauma, and community reintegration. She also has experience working with a number of concerns including depression, anxiety, ADHD, conduct disorders, and behavioral issues in school settings. To address these concerns, Shola has utilized techniques such as applied behavioral analysis and mindfulness practices. She holds a holistic model of care, where multiple elements of a client’s life are assessed and taken into consideration for treatment. In regards to treatment, Shola’s therapeutic orientations consist of Psychodynamic Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy.
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