Meet Dr. Graham

Dr. Graham is Owner of Children’s Empowerment Group, LLC which was founded in 2006.  She has over 25 years of experience aiding children, adolescents, adults, and families to lead healthier lives.

Dr. Catherine E. Graham graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She went on to obtain a Master’s degree from Florida A & M University in School Psychology. Dr. Graham has worked as a School Psychologist in several public school systems in the District of Columbia, Florida, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

Dr. Graham received a Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology from American School of Professional Psychology @ Argosy University/Washington, DC Campus.  She completed a pre-doctoral internship at Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center, Residential Treatment Facility in Erie, PA. Dr. Graham was a post-doctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine/Kennedy Krieger Institute in the Behavorial Psychology Department, Child and Family Therapy Clinic.

Dr. Graham is a Licensed Psychologist in the states of Maryland and Georgia and the District of Columbia.  While the practice is located in the state of Maryland through the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT) Commission Dr. Graham is authorized to provide psychological services via telepsychology in more than 39 states including Delaware and Virginia.  See for all of the locations.  Dr. Graham’s Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) number is 7181 and became effective 5/24/2021.

Meet Ms. Parris

Nancy Parris is a Clinical Social Worker licensed in the District of Columbia and Maryland. She is currently working on her Registered Play Therapy certification.  Ms. Parris uses a strength and systems-based approach looking at the root cause of challenges in families. She believes therapy is a collaborative process that guides clients to increase self-awareness, gain new perspectives, and decrease symptoms.

Ms. Parris has specialized experience in play therapy, attachment, grief and loss, trauma, and anxiety.   A safe and non-judgmental space is created to explore conscious and unconscious feelings using expressive therapy techniques. There is light at the end of the tunnel and Ms. Parris can help your child get there.

Meet Ms. Easton

Tamara R. Easton, M.S., is a Registered Psychology Associate in the state of Maryland.  She received her B.S. degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland University College and her M. S. in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Clinical Counseling from Capella University.  Ms. Easton is a mother and has been a licensed childcare provider for over 15 years.  She has over 24 years working with children and families in a variety of diverse settings including the public school system, community college, YMCA, and medical settings.

Ms. Easton has a passion for helping, healing, building, and maintaining healthy relationships with an emphasis on the most important relationship a person should have, (after their relationship with a higher power), their relationship with oneself.  Whether it is family/relationship issues, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, career challenges, or  trauma, Ms. Easton strives to meet her where they are on their journey to healing.  Her mission is to educate her clients and the community about the importance and benefits of mental health, in an effort to decrease the stigma attached to receiving mental health services especially within communities of color.

In her spare time Ms. Easton loves writing, cooking/baking, bowling, traveling,  trying new cuisines, anything artistic, her pit/lab mix Buddy and most of all spending time with her family.

Meet Ms. Fisher

Ursula Fisher currently attends Capella University where she is pursuing her Master’s degree in Clinical P sychology. As an undergraduate student, Ms. Fisher attended Trinity Washington University and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.  Since graduating from Trinity she has worked with juveniles and their families both in the private sector and with a government agency in the juvenile justice system.  Currently Ms. Fisher works in the juvenile justice system with youth and families who need therapy, assessment, and guidance to live healthy lives. After over 20 years of experience and working with children and their families, Ms. Fisher still loves to encourage, build up and motivate individuals.

During her leisure time, Ms. Fisher enjoys time with her family and friends, playing boards games, traveling, attending concerts, and trying new adventures.