Claretta Witherspoon

Claretta Witherspoon holds a Master’s in Adult Education and a Bachelors’ in Child Development. She currently serves as a Program Specialist for the Center of Youth, Family and Community Partnerships and has over 15 years of experience in working as an advocate for families and children. Her work is primarily with children’s mental health, adolescent substance abuse and youth transitioning.

There are 1 included publications by Claretta Witherspoon :

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Depression in Latinas Residing in Emerging Latino Immigrant Communities in the United States 2009 4995 This study examined the ways in which depression affects immigrant Latina women residing in an emerging Latino immigrant community in the United States. Three Spanish-language focus groups were conducted within a community-based participatory researc...