LaNail R. Plummer

Dr. LaNail R. Plummer is the CEO & Clinical Director of Onyx Therapy Group,  an organization committed to transforming lives through direct therapy for clients, strategic consultation & customized professional development for organizations & agencies. As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-DC & MD; NCC, ACS, BC-TMH), Dr. Plummer grounds her life & career on the  values of integrity, education/knowledge, & awareness, while believing that emotional, spiritual, & cultural healing is attainable for all. 

Dr. Plummer has 14+ years of clinical experience that includes direct counseling to individuals, co-parenting/couples, & families while specializing in young women, the cultural Black community, & members of the LGBTQ community. 

Dr. Plummer ties in her experiences from the military, school/community leadership, university faculty research, & parenting to create customized experiences for organizations & agencies. In these settings, she specializes in cultural trainings while also addressing organization & person-centered communication styles, patterns, & implications. 

As a researcher/presenter, Dr. Plummer enjoys sharing her knowledge of clinical frameworks and counseling, clinical supervision, private practice start-ups, &  spiritual techniques and implications in therapeutic sessions. As such, she  has presented at 10+ international and national conferences and has presented insightful mental health tips and commentary on local and national media outlets to include ABC7, NBC4, and CNN. 

Dr. Plummer is a graduate of Howard University and a Veteran of the US Army. She is a fulltime faculty member at Johns Hopkins University and owns/operates 7 clinical offices in Washington DC, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. She is a wife and a mother. 

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