Kendell Munzer was born in Peekskill NY in 1973. In 1997 she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Curry College. In 2002 she earned her M.A in Counseling from Mercy College. She is currently pursuing her Doctoral Degree in Psychology at The Professional School of Psychology.
Kendell Munzer has been in the field of psychology for almost 20 years. She began her career as a Behavioral Specialist working with developmentally disabled and mentally ill adults and children. Kendell worked in several group homes writing behavior plans while working directly with families, case workers, doctors, and team specialist. She was responsible for formulating and implementing innovative workshops and therapy techniques. She also provided group therapy, individual therapy and ran grief and trauma counseling groups. Kendell works as a part time substitute teacher for the Charleston County School District. The majority of this work is spent working with behaviorally challenged students.
Presently Kendell resides in Mt. Pleasant SC with her husband and two children. When Kendell isn’t at work she enjoys, photography, travelling, skiing, and spending quality time with her family.