Sheldon Uriah Kay
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
PhD Student in Couple and Family Therapy, Working as a Research Assistant
Sheldon Uriah Kay is provisionally licensed student therapist serving individuals, couples, and families.
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|Bachelor of Science||Education||Oakwood University|
|Bachelor of Arts||Theatre and Communications||Nebraska Wesleyan University|
|Master of Science||Clinical Mental Health Counseling||National Louis University Chicago|
I am a graduate research assistant in the Human Development and Family Science department pursuing a doctorate in Couples and Family Therapy. It is my desire to research the impact of repeated trauma exposure upon First Responder couples and African Americans couples. Repeated exposure to trauma impacts couple relationships which ultimatly impacts families. The wellbeing of families impacts community growth and vitality. I believe beneficial interventions are needed to empower greater coping for repeated trauma exposure. It is my hope exploring this area of trauma can impact the way First Responders engage with the community and the way African Americans perceive being valued within the community.
Prior Professional Positions
|Organization||Title||Years of Service|
|Alan Behrman & Associates||Therapist||Current|
I serve in the CARE lab navgating couples into the ELEVATE program, which is a relationship workshop, to empower meaningful family connection.
I serve at Alan Behrman & Associates partnering with individuals, couples, and families to achieve their desired therapeutic outcomes.