Dr. Moneta Sinclair (she/her) has been licensed as a professional counselor in the state of Georgia since 2006. As a practitioner and administrator, she developed a state-licensed substance abuse treatment program for individuals affected by HIV and continues to serve as Director of Addiction Services at a non-profit organization. She has always been passionate about teaching and, in 2013, she obtained a doctoral degree in education in Counselor Education and Supervision. In addition, in 2916, she became a state Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor and a nationally certified Master Addiction Counselor.
Dr. Sinclair’s extensive experience (19+ years) in providing counseling for culturally diverse individuals and clinical supervision for graduate-level counseling interns enables her to convey her knowledge and expertise with her students at Walden University as Contributing Faculty.
Practicing from a Psychodynamic and Interpersonal perspective and working with individuals with substance use disorders, Dr. Sinclair’s research interests are focused on attachment theory, trauma, and clinical supervision.
COUN 6720 - Diagnosis and Assessment
COUN 6723 - Multicultural Counseling
EdD, Argosy University
MA, Argosy University
Sinclair, M. L. (2019). Enhancing the Seeking Safety group intervention with trauma-sensitive yoga practice: A program evaluation.. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice
Sinclair, M. L. (2018). Ethical Supervision of Addiction-Focused Counselors. Licensed Professional Counselors of Georgia
Sinclair, M. L. (2018). Examining the Relationship between Attachment, Emotional Maturity, and Addiction. Positive Impact Health Centers, Inc.