Tiffany is a dedicated Clinical Psychology doctoral candidate at William James College, driven by a passion for helping others. She holds a Master of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English, both earned at Boston University. Tiffany’s expertise stems from her diverse experiences, including her role as a Mental Health Technician at the Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston, MA. Working closely with a team of clinicians, she provided support to inmates with a range of psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
Tiffany’s professional journey also encompasses positions as a Research Coordinator in a Psycholinguistics Laboratory and as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Boston University. These roles have honed her ability to connect with individuals across different age groups and cultural backgrounds. Combining her recent education at Boston University with her exceptional capacity for building trusting and empathetic relationships, Tiffany aspires to bring her valuable skills to Leading Light Behavioral Health, making a meaningful impact on its clientele.
Outside of her professional pursuits, Tiffany finds joy in recreating recipes she discovers on TikTok and indulges her passion for boxing at her local gym.
Embracing Maya Angelou’s words, Tiffany’s mission in life extends beyond mere survival. She aims to thrive with a blend of passion, compassion, humor, and style, guiding her commitment to improving the lives of those she serves.