Cherlette McCullough, Registered Marriage & Family Counselor Intern
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Cherlette McCullough is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern, keynote speaker, author, and owner of Center Peace Family & Couple Therapy, a private practice located in Winter Park, Florida. She specializes in helping individuals heal from trauma connected to family conflict, marital and premarital issues, infertility, depression, anxiety, family of origin dysfunction, grief, and loss.
Cherlette is the Chair of the Professional Development Committee for the Florida Counselors Association Marriage and Family Board, is a partner of the Pace-Orange Center for Girls, serves on the Board of Governors at the Citrus Club of Orlando, is an active member of the Women’s Executive Exchange and Florida Executive Women. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Bethune Cookman University and holds a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University.
Cherlette has been featured as a Mental Health expert on WFTV, Spectrum News 13, and Orlando Voyager
Magazine. She was awarded the 2018 African American Woman Project Community Award, the 2019 Cheryl Laird Community
Mental Health Award, and the CareerSource Community Talent Pipeline Award. Cherlette is the author of two 30Day Affirmation journals for both individuals and couples as well as a break-up and divorce self-help guide called, “W.I.N.K: After the Breakup” which is her best seller. She is passionate about helping individuals rewrite their personal narrative and create a life of wholeness and fulfillment.
Cherlette is happily married to a sworn Deputy and is a devoted mother to 3 wonderful bonus children ages 15, 18, and 21. In addition to living as a servant to others, she enjoys watching comedy, traveling the world, and spending quality time with her family.