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Jamille has been in mental health for over ten years. Her current roles include counselor, clinical supervisor, and adjunct professor. She has a Ph.D. in Counseling Education and Supervision. Her research has been on African-based practices, counseling, and the intersectionality of culturalism and sexuality. Other training she has had includes domestic violence, relationships, CBT, self-identity, and trauma.

Jamille enjoys reading and writing. She provides consultations and presents on a variety of mental health topics. In 2020 she started a non-profit organization but in 2024 went into private practice. She has counseled clients in inpatient/outpatient, private practice, community-based, medication-assisted treatment programs, and on-campus centers. Her services include face-to-face individual, individual virtual sessions, couples counseling, and group therapy to address substance abuse, sexual trauma, mood disorders, stress, grief and loss, dual diagnosis disorders, attachment issues, PTSD and C-PTSD, anger management, domestic violence, relationship concerns stress, neurodivergent disorder, and anger management.

Being a counselor is the role Jamille takes to heart. She is open to working towards healthy change and long-term goals. She enjoys changing the way people view themselves and supports wellness. She uses an integrative approach and teaches clients to embrace a healthier version of themselves. She works with a wide range of ages, races, cultures, genders, and sexualities.

Jamille J. Edwards, PhD., LCPC (IL), LPC-S (TX)

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