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educator , psychologist

Charneta Claudetta Scott, American psychologist, educator. License Professional Counselor District of Columbia Department of Health Health and Licensing, 2004. Recipient Dedication to Work with Children, Francis and Associates, 2004, University of Florida Hall of Fame, 1984-1985; Walter and Theodora Daniel Endowed Educational Research Grant, Walter and Theodora Daniel Educational Research Fund, 1998.

Background

Scott, Charneta Claudetta was born on May 3, 1963 in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. Daughter of Charles Alexander Scott and Venetia Lemar McLemoure.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Florida, 1981—1985. Master of Arts, Eastern New Mexico University, 1985—1986. Doctor of Philosophy, Howard University, 1992—2003.

Career

Clinical psychologist District of Columbia Department of Mental Health, since 1996. Coordinator of court services, therapist Francis and Associates, Professional Corporation, since 2001. Adjunct faculty Trinity University, since 2000.

Associate director for conference administration WBC Learning Conference, Washington, since 2005.

Achievements

  • License Professional Counselor District of Columbia Department of Health Health and Licensing, 2004.

Membership

Team member Capitol Area Crisis Response Team, Washington, 2004. Member of American Psychological Association, Association for Play Therapy, Inc., The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Dance.

Connections

father:
Charles Alexander Scott

mother:
Venetia Lemar McLemoure