Ta-Keisha Smith has a doctorate in clinical psychology. She also holds masters’ degrees in forensic psychology and clinical psychology. Ta-Keisha completed a year-long internship in 2021, where she provided therapeutic and assessment services to clients in the community. She has previously worked as an Applied Behavioral Analyst (ABA) Therapist and was certified as a Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) working with children on the autism spectrum.
Prior to her career in psychology, Ta-Keisha worked for ten years as a juvenile probation officer in Maryland working with “at risk” youth and families.
Ta-Keisha’s passion for helping others is what led her to the field of psychology. Her philosophy follows that of psychologist Erich Fromm who stated, “Man’s main task in life is to give birth to himself. To become what he potentially is.”
In terms of treatment, her clinical orientation is integrative consisting of Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Individual Therapy, and Couples Therapy. She has also provided therapy for Bariatric patients.
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