Kamilah M. Woodson, Ph.D. As a licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Associate Managing Director of the Association of Black Psychologists, Dr. Woodson has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples and groups. Her clinical interests include, but are not limited to, sexual victimization, sexual orientation concerns, interpersonal relationships, trauma, and depression. She is a graduate of the California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, where she received the Ph.D. & MA., degrees in Clinical Psychology and earned her Baccalaureate degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Dr. Kamilah M. Woodson is the former Associate Dean/Director of Graduate Studies and an Associate Professor in the Howard University School of Education, Department of Human Development and Psycho-educational Studies, Counseling Psychology Ph.D. Program. Dr. Woodson is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Howard University College of Medicine/Howard University Hospital. Dr. Woodson conducted research as a MHSAC Research Fellow at the Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta GA and works with the Howard University College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry as a Research Associate, Professor, and Clinician. Her research is in the area of health disparities, including the factors that impact health-related risk behaviors (HIV/AIDS & Substance Abuse) among people of color, including incarcerated populations, as well as the impact of human trafficking on young women of color. Dr. Woodson also conducts research on the impact of global colorism and will further this research as result of being a recent Fulbright-Hayes Fellow (Brazil, South America).
Kamilah M. Woodson
Clinical Psychologist and the Associate Managing Director