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Jocelyn Flores

Clinical Psychology Graduate Student

Jocelyn Flores is a dedicated advocate for mental health and well-being, currently pursuing her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at Texas A&M University - Commerce. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Houston - Victoria, where she developed a profound understanding of psychological principles and their practical applications.

With a background as a Registered Behavioral Therapist, Jocelyn has specialized in working with children facing learning and developmental disabilities. This experience has provided her with invaluable insights into the complexities of behavioral psychology and the importance of tailored interventions to support individual needs. It gave her a deeper understanding of behavior as well as adaptability.

Prior to her role as a Behavioral Therapist, Jocelyn served as a lead teacher at a daycare for 3 years, where she had the privilege of nurturing and guiding children from various age groups, ranging from grade school to infancy. This diverse experience has honed her ability to connect with individuals across different developmental stages and to create supportive environments conducive to growth and learning. It also sparked her passion for psychology as she viewed the different developmental milestones and how children worked to achieve them.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Jocelyn finds joy in nurturing life in various forms. She is an avid gardener, finding solace and fulfillment in tending to plants and watching them flourish. Additionally, she is a devoted cat parent and enjoys spending quality time with her feline companion. In her leisure moments, she indulges in the world of video games, finding relaxation and entertainment in immersive gaming experiences.

Jocelyn's mission is to empower individuals to navigate the complexities of mental health with resilience and compassion. Through a combination of evidence-based practices and personalized approaches, she strives to foster positive growth and well-being in those she serves.

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