Adjunct Lecturer, Behavioral and Social Sciences, RYT-200 (Registered Yoga Teacher)
J. C. Williams, N.D. attended Rutgers University, and received a bachelor of science degree (B.S.) in human kinetics. She later attended Rutgers University Graduate School of Education and obtained a master’s degree (Ed.M.) in counseling psychology and human development. She was also certified as a holistic health consultant, and Doctor of Naturopathy by the International Association of Traditional Priests/Priestesses, African Healers and Religion Association, and was registered as a traditional naturopath, in the District of Columbia before the law change. She has been board certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Association as a Doctor of Naturopathy. Dr. Williams, has also pursued additional postgraduate study in hypnosis at New York Milton H. Erickson Society for Psychotherapy and Hypnosis, and forensic psychology with specialization in family violence and disputes, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Additionally, she is an aromatherapy instructor, Reiki Teacher (energy healer), ordained metaphysical minister, and yoga teacher (RYT-200), with certification in chair yoga and restorative yoga.
She has extensive knowledge in the area of trauma, family violence, sexual assault service delivery, education and training with the unique ability to present this healing work wholistically. She has founded Ankh House, as spiritual, cultural, educational, publishing, health and wellness organization, to address the integration of all aspects, of personal growth and development and their impact on the individual and society. She consults and lectures on the development of wholistic health plans, aromatherapy, spirituality, issues of career development, cultural confidence versus cultural diversity, community wholistic health development, creative health management, economic empowerment, team building, group dynamics, relationships, family and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and oppression and its many forms.