School: Johns Hopkins University
Program: Clinical Mental Health Counseling
License and State: LGP9978 Maryland
Supervisor: Renee May
Solution Focused Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Expressive Arts Therapies
Children and Adolescents
ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Flow Therapy founder, Dominique Campbell-Thornton is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.S. program. She obtained her B.S. in Sociology from Delaware State University. While pursuing her degrees, she joined the National Counseling Professional and Academic Honor Society (Chi Sigma Iota), became a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), joined the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA), and was in inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS).
In addition to Dominique's academic activities, she worked professionally as a mental health clinician for The Children’s Guild, Crisis Counselor at SJH, and an Intellectual Disabilities Professional at Community Residences Inc. She also worked at the Asian-American Justice Center and VENG Group; both of which provided services for clients such as Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
With a passion for social justice and helping others overcome mental health challenges, she obtained her counseling license (LGPC) and specialized in therapy for racial/ethnic minorities and other marginalized groups.
Dominique later expanded her reach beyond her clients by implementing a mental health/social justice platform as Miss Maryland United States 2019. She contends the eradication of oppression is the key to a healthy mind, body, and society.
Through pageantry and professional work, she conducted more than 60 mental health presentations and workshops, raised thousands of dollars for mental health non-profits, organized protests against racial injustice, established a minority law fellowship program, advised state representatives on mental health policies, partnered with police chiefs to reform policing, contributed to U.S. Capitol conferences regarding racial injustice, published 3 self-help books, and has been featured in the Baltimore Business Journal's top 40 under 40.