Dr. Janice E. Williams has been in private practice as a Clinical Psychologist for over 25 years, and prior to that, practiced as a Registered Nurse for over ten years.
Dr. Williams obtained her M.A. degree in Nursing from New York University, and a Doctorate degree in Psychology from City University of New York. Dr. Williams practiced nursing at Harlem Hospital, and later in her nursing career was an assistant professor of nursing at Adelphi University, Garden City, New York. Her Psychology internship took place at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Bronx, New York. As a psychologist, her career also included adjunct teaching positions. She has made presentations in and outside of the United States. For two years she also served as Vice Chair at the United Nations Non-Governmental (NGO), Committee on the Family. That position widened her interest in family dynamics, and increased her awareness of cultural and ethnic diversity.
Up until a few years ago, Dr. Williams worked with children, adolescents, and adults. Now her practice focuses only on parents. She is committed to helping parents attain the kind of family life they dream about.