Mitchell C. Reid
A Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing in the Richmond area for approximately 10 years. He earned his doctorate from Howard University in 2010 with a focus in child clinical psychology.
Additionally, Dr. Reid has studied the impact of masculinity, gender development, and family functioning on substance use and mood disorders. Dr. Reid has presented at several conferences and has been published in the Journal of Men and Masculinity and in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Dr. Reid has been completing comprehensive psychological evaluations to assess for mood disorders, autism, intellectual disabilities, anxiety disorders, and other pathologies for the past nine years. Additionally, Dr. Reid provides individual therapy and group therapy for children and adults who suffer from trauma and/or are experiencing mood dysregulation. Future research interests include the relationship between mindfulness, physical fitness, mood disturbances, and general well-being
A Doctoral Candidate in the Clinical Health Psychology program at Virginia State University (VSU). She obtained her Master's of Science (M.S.) degree in psychology at VSU in 2015.
Kara's research focus is patterns of psychosocial factors and their effects on alcohol and marijuana use. She has practiced in the clinical field under various licensed clinical psychologists, providing therapeutic services (individual & couples) and completing psychological evaluations in severely mentally ill and minority populations for the past seven years. Kara has served adult and children populations that suffer from an array of disorders including trauma, mood, anxiety, and substance use disorders.