In The Spotlight

August 5, 2019

More black teens are attempting suicide: ‘We still believe it’s a white thing.’

Dr. Karla Sapp was featured in Shelbi Polk”s Raleigh, North Carolina’s “The News &Observer” article More Black Teens Are Attempting Suicide: ‘We Still Believe It’s A White Thing’ providing insight into pressures teenagers face, to include: social media, acceptance, and bullying.

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June 2019

“Bridging The Gap Symposium: Working To Life Every Voice”

Dr. Laverne Collins, in the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) monthly newsletter NBCC Visions article “Bridging The Gap Symposium: Working To Life Every Voice”, discussed Dr. Karla L. Sapp keynote Ted-Style Talk focused on the Criminal Offender Population and experiences working in the Federal Prison System.

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December 29, 2018

“Partial Government Shutdown Affecting Some Federal Workers In Our Area”

Dr. Karla Sapp was featured in Khalil Maycock’s of WSAV news station “Partial Government Shutdown Affecting Some Federal Workers In Our Area” report

discussing the impact the partial government shutdown was having on Federal Correctional Staff in the area working without pay and the budget cuts that have taken place over the recent years.

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August 12, 2017

“How To Talk To Your Kids About The Violence in Charlottesville”

Dr. Karla Sapp was featured in Sonali Kohli article “How To Talk Your Kids About The Violence in Charlottesville” in the Local/L.A. Now section of the Los Angeles Times. Dr. Sapp provided insight regarding talking to kids about the recent violence that has been taking place in our world, sharing her personal experiences as a mother and professional experience as a mental health professional.

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December 25, 2015

Life in Liberty: Dr. Karla Sapp

Dr. Karla Sapp, a Licensed Professional Counselor and CEO of U Matter Consulting and Counseling, talks about her two newly published books and founded business.

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August 14, 2007

“Where’s The Leadership?”

Dr. Karla Sapp, while employed as a Juvenile Probation/Parole Specialist II, with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, was featured in Andrea Washington’s article, “Where’s The Leadership” in the News section of the Coastal Courier. Dr. Sapp, discussed the statistics regarding cases handled by the Liberty/Long CSO office and factors that influence delinquency among juveniles during a community forum hosted by the Liberty County National Association For The Advancement of Colored People.

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