Camisha Kibble, PsyD
Camisha is a pre-licensed clinical psychologist with experience working in clinical outpatient services emphasizing equitable and quality treatment for children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Camisha’s research has focused on community-based participatory action, sustainable collective engagement, racial trauma, and resilience amongst communities of color. In her role at the Trauma and Grief Center at The Hackett Center for Mental Health, Camisha assists in the implementation of the TAG Center’s learning collaboratives by providing logistical oversight of trainings, consultation calls, and tracking outcomes. She also works closely with the TAG Center’s data analytic team to pursue research studies examining racial trauma as well as positive youth development in communities of color.
Prior to joining the Trauma and Grief Center, Camisha was a doctoral psychology intern at The University of Texas at Dallas Counseling Center. Before becoming an intern, Camisha was a trainee supporting community wellness for children and families in Chicago through assessment, evidence-based treatment, community consultation, school-based interventions, and individual and family therapy. Camisha has also engaged in community work for children and teens of color supporting safe spaces for play, mentorship, and after-school programming. She is committed to ensuring equitable, evidence-based, trauma- and-bereavement- informed therapeutic interventions to children and families, especially in under resourced communities.
Camisha obtained her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Texas Tech University where she completed a minor in Ethnic studies, specializing in African American studies. Camisha completed her master’s and doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College School of Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy.