Dr. Nadege Apoleon, obtained her undergraduate degree in Public Health and International Affairs from Rutgers University. She went on to obtain a master’s degree in Public Health from Boston University. Dr. Apoleon received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She currently works as a psychologist for one of the federal agencies of the Justice Department. Her training and interests in psychology are in the fields of forensic and correctional psychology, neuropsychology, addiction (food, substance and gambling), and health psychology. She provides individual and group services. Aside from her aforementioned interests, Dr. Apoleon volunteers her time working with youth programs in her community. She also works with religious and community organizations providing services to members of the Haitian community. Dr. Apoleon is fluent in Creole and has working knowledge of French.