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Hi, I'm Joyice!

I teach Black-interest classes, prepare families for school transition, and support young adults & women in relationship readiness.

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Episode 152

I design content, develop courses, and teach classes for Black students to instill cultural awareness and pride in learning.

I prepare students and their families for school transition between home, public, or higher education. I also support young adults and women in relationship readiness. I teach the foundations in selfhood to build relationship, partnership, and community. I am passionate about building educational, cultural, and personal confidence in my students and clients for them to achieve and maintain their own greatness.

I look forward to serving you on this journey!

Joyice Robinson

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“Humans are not one thing, and do not have it all figured out. Instead, we grow as we go!™ evolving into who we intend to be, how we intend to be it.”
– Professor Joyice

Meet Joyice

In a nutshell, I describe myself as a spunky personality with a sense of purpose and fierce dedication to help others in their school and selfhood journeys.

I am known for cultivating “light-bulb” connections where students engage in an original way and independent way. I also specialize in preparing young adults and women in relationship readiness with safe and effective communication skills. I am savvy in asking the right questions and building the necessary foundation to assist clients in crossing over from where they are to where they want to be.

Throughout my career, I have held various academic roles from graduation counseling, student advising, and curriculum development. I have also studied the developmental psychology that underpins the relating process.

Joyice Robinson

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