Dr. Riana Elyse Anderson
Dr. Riana Elyse Anderson uses mixed methods in clinical interventions to study racial discrimination and socialization to reduce racial stress and trauma and improve pyschological well-being and family functioning. She tackles tough topics in a way that leaves her audience hopeful and excited about the immediate changes they can make with themselves and others immediately following her talks.
Dr. Massie-Lambert has a doctorate in clinical psychology and currently serves as the Senior Training & Consultation Specialist of the Rutgers University Children’s Center for Resilience & Trauma Recovery.
Both a clinician and consultant, she has expertise working in schools, justice, residential, community mental health, and psychiatric hospital settings. She provides training and consultation in evidence informed approaches to treating trauma and strategies for raising mental health awareness. Dr. Massie-Lambert’s clinical interests include working with individuals across the life span in the areas of trauma, relational issues, and cultural concerns.
“My greatest joy in life is assisting others in recognizing their own strength and learning to live their lives again.” — Dr. Massie-Lambert
Dr. Fong Lau Johnson
Dr. Fong Lau Johnson has clinical experience working in schools, community mental health, and juvenile justice settings and “wows” every audience she sees. From inspiring others to create more inclusivity to giving color to underrepresented populations, Dr. Johnson’s passionate speeches inspire attendees to evoke the values of care and action when navigating challenging situations.