Title: Clinical Psychologist, Director, Actress, Model, Singer and Writer
Company: HMWP Psychology Counseling
Location: Carmel, Indiana, United States
Dr. Meleeka Clary, Actress and Director, Clinical Psychologist at HMWP Psychology Counseling, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in healthcare.
Dr. Clary is a clinical psychologist for HMWP Psychology Counseling in Carmel, Indiana, a position she has held since 2020. She has been with John Casablancas, talent agent, since 2018. Prior to this, she was a counselor with Meaningful Days Services in Indianapolis, Indiana from 2012 to 2013. She also taught students as an instructor with Ivy Tech Community College, ITT Technical Institute, both in Indianapolis, and Lincoln Technical Institute in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Before becoming a psychologist, counselor and instructor, Dr. Clary was a working model, actress, singer, writer and director. She worked in commercials, print, radio and television. She attended Vicki’s School of Dance, completing coursework at the school in 1986. She completed coursework in the criminal justice degree program at Newbury College in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1997. Her education continued at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts in 2000, when she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice. She stayed at Curry College to earn a master’s degree in criminal justice in 2004.
Dr. Clary earned her Executive Juris Doctor degree through Concord Law School, Purdue University Global in 2008 and in 2021, graduated from Walden University with a doctorate in clinical psychology. She has a paralegal certificate from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and a certificate in criminal law from Newbury College.
As an actress, Dr. Clary has won numerous awards and recognitions. She was an award winner at the Toronto International Women Film Festival and has been a finalist for several other awards at multiple events. She went into law first but when life threw her a few curve balls and she found herself in a rough place emotionally, the field of psychology drew her. She found that learning about the mind helped to heal her own mind and she went on to earn her doctorate in the field. In the next five years, she plans to continue helping people and following opportunities as they come.
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