She has extensive experience as the program director of an online educational training company’s ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) certificate program. Her role as a psychedelic-assisted therapist encompasses participation in research clinical trials and her current role as a trainer and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) consultant within the mental health psychedelic realm. Candace specializes in offering her expertise to adult populations, with a particular focus on women of color who have survived trauma.
She is not only an approved Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) consultant but also holds a certification in level III Internal Family Systems (IFS). Employing the IFS framework, she adeptly prepares her clients for profound psychedelic experiences, facilitating their integration using both IFS and EMDR approaches. Her mission is to raise awareness regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion within the mental health and psychedelic domains.
Beyond her professional commitments, Candace is a community ambassador for Black Therapist Rock (BTR), a nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness about social and psychological challenges affecting vulnerable communities while combating mental health stigma. She takes pride in her membership within Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.
When not immersed in her roles as a psychotherapist, consultant, business owner, and volunteer, Candace relishes spending quality time with her husband, dog, family, and friends.