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Monique Levermore

Monique Levermore
Biography

Dr. Monique Levermore is the Founder of Levermore Psychological Services – a clinical/consulting private psychology practice incorporated in Florida, with satellite offices in Miami, West Palm Beach and Orlando, Florida. Dr. Levermore’s unorthodox private practice was partnered with a variety of state agencies to provide services to underserved and marginalized children and adults. She currently serves as a full professor and the Program Director of the APA accredited Clinical Psychology PhD Program at Alliant International University – California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles.

Her doctorate in Clinical Psychology was earned at Howard University in 1995. Previously, Dr. Levermore received the prestigious honor of being selected as a Clinical Fellow/ Intern in the Division of Psychology -Department of Psychiatry with a faculty appointment to Harvard Medical School. She has been honored as a Woman of Distinction in Education and Government by the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council Florida and has been honored in the past as Faculty Member of the Year at Albizu University and served as the DCT of the APA Accredited Program.

Finally, she currently holds medical privileges at Baptist Health and served two terms as the President of the Association of Black Psychologists – South Florida Chapter. Dr. Levermore recently founded Ruth’s Corner, a charitable organization designed to support widows, widowers and their children.

Professional Interests
  • Private Practice
  • Philanthropy in the form of Non-Profit Agencies
  • Program Development
Courses
  • Psychodynamic Approaches to Interventions
  • Advanced Psychopathology
Scholarship and Contributions to the Field

Books

Levermore, M.A., & Levermore, C. (2009). Business and psychology: A delicate merger. Miami: LPS, Inc.

Articles

Hill, H. M., Levermore, M., Twaite, J., & Jones, L.P. (2015). Exposure to community violence and social support as predictors of anxiety and social emotional behavior among African American children. In D. Pilgrim (Ed.), Common Mental Health Problems (Vol.4, pp. 221-233). New York, NY: Springer.

Levermore, M. A, & Salisbury, G.L. (2009). The relationship between virtual aggression and actual aggression: Youth exposure to violent media. The Forensic Examiner, 18(2), 32-42.

Levermore, M. A. (2004). Violent media and videogames, and their role in creating violent youth. The Forensic Examiner, 13(3), 38-41.

Hill, H. M., Levermore, M., Twaite, J., Jones, L.P. (1996). Exposure to community violence and social support as predictors of anxiety and social emotional behavior among African American children. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 5(4), 399-414.