Ebony Cray Jones
I have worked with children and families for over twenty years and believe in the importance of care and service. My education includes degrees and certification in Early Childhood Education and Program Administration; Psychology; as well as Clinical Mental Health Counseling. My specialty includes work with children and adolescents, young adults, couples, and families. I am also experienced in working with programs that serve children, adolescents and early childhood professionals. I am a Level II state approved trainer for the Department of Early Care and Learning developing, writing and providing professional development and advocacy training. I also am an approved Strengthening Families Georgia trainer. In addition, I serve as the Gwen Coe Scholarship Chair, Webmaster, and Southeast Representative (AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, SC), for the World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP-USA). I also founded and presently serve as the Executive Director of World Advocates for Children and Families, LLC (WAFCAF). It is my belief and practice that every person, regardless of age, culture, identity, socioeconomic status or background, concern, stated or unstated issue, perceived problem or diagnosis deserves individualized, ethically sound theoretical intervention leading to holistic health and wellness. Should you find yourself in need please do not hesitate to contact me.