Maxine Campbell-Flint, Ph.D., started her graduate academic career at Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond Virginia. She completed her internship at Florida State Hospital, in Chattahoochee, Florida. In 1994, she was awarded a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Following the completion of her Ph.D., Dr. Campbell-Flint started her professional employment at Feliciana Forensic Facility, in Jackson Louisiana. During her tenure at Feliciana Forensic Facility, she provided such services as initial admission forensic evaluations, competency to stand trial evaluations, individual and group therapy and conducted research looking at issues concerning cultural diversity. In addition, she managed a hospital wide Behavioral Level System and also designed and managed a point store where clients were able to spend their points for such items as personal hygiene products, clothing and other items. This program proved to be successful in managing negative behavior in the hospital clients. In 2000, she was asked to head an outpatient intensive day program called, Evolutions. This program provided mental health services to children and adolescents. In 2003, she moved to Jetson Correctional Center for Youth to become the mental health director for the only secure custody facility for female juvenile offenders in Louisiana.

Maxine Campbell-Flint, Ph.D., has been in private practice for over ten years working with mental health services with the State of Louisiana. She became licensed in 1997 in clinical psychology. Dr. Campbell-Flint owns and operates a mental health clinic, JMJ Psychological Services, providing mental health services to children, adolescents and families.

Since her time in private practice, she has shared in some of the frustrations many of her clients have encountered not being able to locate the appropriate services to meet their needs. Even before hurricane Katrina mental health services were lacking and now mental health services are strained to their limits. Dr. Campbell-Flint works toward providing needed mental health services to a group of clients who tend to be underserved. JMJ strives to provide evidence based/comprehensive services that will assist clients in making positive changes in their lives.

JMJ Psychological Services also provides staff development and training to government and private agencies. These services include: mental health training seminars, cultural diversity and team building training, along with effective parenting classes.


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Thank you for your support and cooperation.

-Dr. Maxine Campbell-Flint