KeyOndria Ross, Counseling Intern
KeyOndria is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Georgia State University. She is pursuing qualification as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC) while under Dr. Pamela Wright’s supervision.
Her primary interests include couples, athletes, and individuals with eating disorders and/or body image issues.
Although she is new to the field, KeyOndria has received a certification in the suicide prevention program, ASIST. She also has received training in a complex trauma treatment called Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET).
KeyOndria obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Austin Peay State University, and she also has a Master of Arts degree in Experimental Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University. Due to her previous education, she has a great deal of research experience.
KeyOndria strives to be person-centered in her approach. She understands how important it is for clients to feel heard, so she aims to show up as genuine, non-judgmental, and open-minded as possible.