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Anxious Annie was conceived after COVID-19 began affecting many across our nation and started to spread at an agressive rate in Houston, Tx. Several schools in the area had gone virtual and the virus didn't appear to be ending anytime soon.
At some point there was a sense of depression and anxiety that had not only starting to affect many adults but adolescents and children as well. Because mental health is such a taboo among many people of color, I was inspired to write a book to help normalize these feelings and the help that is available to them.
Tiffany is a native of Houston and a product of Aldine ISD. She has 20 years of experience as an educator, educational diagnostician. & school counselor. She has two masters degrees, each from Prairie View A&M and Lamar University, and is now completing her internship hours as a Licensed Professional Counselor under the supervision of Rick Ertell (Ed. D., LPC-S).
Tiffany is a self-publishing author of two children's books, "When I Grow Up" and "Sometimes I Wonder", currently available on online. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor society in education, and has also volunteered as a facilitator and counselor for youth groups in foster homes.
When away from work, Tiffany enjoys singing, being involved in her church, and spending time with her husband and two sons.