Tiffani Boykin is a Native Washingtonian who has provided professional counseling services to diverse populations in the Washington Metropolitan Area for more than twenty years. She completed an undergraduate degree in psychology at Trinity University. She spent a year at the New School for Social Research studying psychology, and later obtained a graduate degree in counseling from the University of Maryland at College Park. Ms. Boykin served as a vocational rehabilitation counselor with the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services for almost five years. She implemented a strengths-based approach to support adults with a wide range of developmental and acquired disabilities as they made efforts to lead productive lives. In 2004 Ms. Boykin joined the Maya Angelou Public Charter Schools where she served on start-up teams for two of its newly established schools. She standardized clinical services delivery by creating the Mental Health Department Policy and Procedures Manual, establishing standards based group therapy curriculum maps, standardizing a Plan of Operations, and implementing a Tiers of Intervention model. Ms. Boykin is known for being data driven. She promoted the utilization of the data cycle for the Mental Health Department. She also implemented targeted interventions to address emerging trends in truancy, trauma, academic apathy, and marijuana use. Ms. Boykin established a Wellness and Self-Discovery course based upon the Eight Dimensions of Wellness promoted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Students were exposed to health education, expressive arts, and mindfulness meditation to increase social emotional competence. Ms. Boykin established Human Revolutions LLC in 2014. She continues to serve in schools in the District of Columbia by offering a range of mental health services to students. She facilitates therapy groups and workshops on a variety of topics for youth, adults, and organizations. She exposes audiences to a variety of alternative strategies for improving self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision making, and healing from trauma. Some of the integrative modalities she uses include aromatherapy, mindfulness meditation, sound therapy with tuning forks and singing bowls, breath work, and energy healing. Ms. Boykin is trained in many modalities including Mandala Art Therapy created by Joan Kellogg and promoted by Carl Jung, biosonic tuning, Usui Reiki, aromatherapy, PranaShakthi Mahavyida, Yoga, Wellness, spiritual healing and healing with crystals. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia, National Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Certified Reiki Master, Certified Wellness Champion, and Certified Yoga Teacher 200RT. She is a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors, International Association of Reiki Practitioners, and the Yoga Alliance.