Damon is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Family (CCTS-F). He is the founder and President of the Minority Mental Health Project and works at Jefferson County Public Schools as a Mental Health Practioner. He specializes in working with high-risk populations, children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families. The mission of the MMHP is to educate and empower individuals, families, and communities towards positive change by providing a range of culturally sensitive behavioral, mental health prevention, and intervention services. He has dedicated a major portion of his life to the well-being of his community through volunteerism, application of therapeutic skills. He continually seeks to better the community through individual personal efforts. Damon possesses a Master’s of Science in Counseling (MFT) from Campbellsville University and received his BA in Psychology from Spalding University. Damon also received his Clinical Certification as a Trauma Specialist-Family from Arizona Trauma Institute. He attributes his motivation and drive to his spiritual beliefs, life experiences, and education.