Brenda C. Rambo, Ed. D.
Psychologist/Health Service Provider
Rambo & Associates, PLLC
Doctorate, Human Development Counseling, (Ed. D.)
Peabody College of Vanderbilt University
Private Practice: Psychologist
Rambo & Associates, PLLC. Responsibilities include: Full range of psychological services including therapy with a general population of clients ranging from children to the elderly. Types of therapy include: individual, marriage and family counseling, and career counseling. Coaching services include: Career Transition, Performance/Personal Growth and Development, and LifeStyle Coaching. Pre-employment psychological evaluations are conducted for 33 police, sheriff, and fire departments in a computerized Law Enforcement Testing Center. Fit-for-duty and SWAT/SORT evaluations are also conducted. Reclaiming Your Health, health and wellness program, offered to clients who desire to improve their overall health and to assist clients with weight loss, healthy eating, moderate exercise, and accountability. Program offered in conjunction with physician oversight. Reclaiming Your Health workshops are also available to clients, corporations, and churches. Healthy Cooking Classes are offered in conjunction with the Reclaiming Your Health program. Training, workshops, and retreats are developed upon request.
University Professor: Assistant Professor
Psychology Department—Professional Counseling Faculty
Responsibilities included teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Department of Psychology; advising graduate students; serving on department committees; conducting research; membership in professional organizations; and community service. Courses taught: Undergraduate Developmental Psychology, and Psychology of Women; Graduate courses included: Foundations of School Counseling Services, Organization and Administration of School Counseling Programs, Developmental Life Span, Pre-Practicum, and Career Counseling.
Appointment and Recognition include: Chosen to attend Oxford Round Table at the University of Oxford in England in spring of 2006 to discuss women’s issues. Appointed by Dean of College of Education and Behavioral Science to be Faculty Mentor, including training faculty to become mentors, as well as working with faculty who were seeking growth and professional development.