Tamika Lett

Consultant & Educator
TL Payne Consulting LLC

Dr. Tamika Payne is the C.E.O. of T.L. Payne Consulting LLC and an adjunct professor at two Universities. She is an advocate who has provided services within the Human Services field as a consultant for her peers and community members, and as an educator. She also serves as a clinical supervisor over a local case management program serving men, women, and children impacted by mental health and substance use. Her varied career includes; providing career services for Individuals Diagnosed with Disabilities, women and children affected by domestic violence and sexual assault, and a myriad of other areas within the human services field
Tamika has a Bachelor of Science from Old Dominion University in Psychology and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati. She attained her Doctorate in Human Services with a specialization in Criminal Justice from Walden University in 2017. Tamika is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor in the State of Virginia and Nationally Certified Addictions Counselor II through NAADAC. She is also a Human Services- Board Certified Practitioner.
For Almost 10 years Tamika has provided services within the Human services field. Through her education and experience within the career field Tamika has positively impacted the lives of many individuals within the Hampton Roads area. She also actively participates in community service projects with her church, and other agencies within the Hampton Roads community. Tamika is also an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She has been described by many of her peers as empathetic, caring, non-judgmental, and motivating. Tamika believes that these qualities among many others will enable her to continue to be a catalyst for change within the Human Services field and in the lives of others.

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