Dr. Drema Carpenter, PsyD. is a passionate scholar-practitioner in the field of clinical psychology. She is a Doctor of Psychology and has a Master of Counseling Psychology, receiving her degrees from the Florida Institute of Technology. She received her National Board for Certified Counselors in 2019 (NCC). She completed her clinical internship in West Palm Beach, Florida, specializing in trauma and completed her doctorate degree with a focus on trauma as well. Clinically, Dr. Drema has worked with a variety of traumatic backgrounds; first responders, trafficking history and sexual traumas, childhood traumas, and PTSD. She has presented on trauma in Palm Beach County to increase medical employees in school systems and educator’s awareness on the warning signs of present abuse. Her previous academic positions while working to obtain her doctorate degree at Florida Institute of Technology include; Research Assistant for the Veterans team, Practicum Committee on Senate, Membership Chair on Active Minds, Teacher’s Assistant for Clinical Skills, Graduate student professor for Intro to psychology, and trauma-focused, therapy coordinator for Eye of a Horse Equine-Assisted Therapy. Her experience and psychotherapeutic skills create a unique opportunity for exploration, insight, and dynamic growth for clients. In her off time, she is passionate about physical fitness and enjoys exercising, taking long walks with her Bernese Mountain dog, and relaxing at the beach reading a book. She loves the mountains and enjoys being out in nature.
Drema Carpenter, PsyD
, • August 12, 2020