Mercedez Mitchell is a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in DC. Mercedez is originally from New Jersey but has called Baltimore home for the last few years.
Mercedez attended the illustrious Morgan State University and graduated with a B.S in Psychology. While there, she supported several research projects being done by professors and was seen as an asset to the team because of her attention to detail and problem-solving abilities. She brings those same skills to the therapy room as she takes time to get to know clients and is creative in considering solutions to their challenges. She enjoys talking with other young women and men on emotional and social issues that face our world today.
Mercedez is eager to support people that are going through life transitions, young adults dealing with family issues, and recent high school graduates figuring out life. She connects very well with young adults that are going into their careers and want to not only understand themselves, but overcome challenges. Mercedez describes herself as an introvert but enjoys hearing people’s stories and learning about their life. Outside of her studies, Mercedez enjoys reading, exercising, and attending church with friends.