Audrey Grandy-Watson, Ph.D.

Audrey Grandy-Watson, Ph.D.

Title: Counselor/AHS Instructor
Company: My Sister’s Keeper of the Triangle
Location: Rocky Mountain, North Carolina, United States

Audrey Grandy-Watson, Ph.D., Counselor at My Sister’s Keeper of the Triangle, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in clinical professional counseling.

Since 2014, as an HIV/AIDS case manager with My Sister’s Keeper of the Triangle, a chronic illness health provider in the Raleigh-Durham region of North Carolina, Dr. Grandy-Watson has facilitated admission, service planning, crisis intervention, monitoring and follow-up services to individuals with HIV/AIDS. Additionally, since 2016, she provides superior care as a licensed clinical professional counselor with the Robeson Health Care Corporation, providing direct participant services, outreach services, emergency transportation, mental health and substance abuse counseling, and case management for children.

During the early stages of her career, Dr. Grandy-Watson obtained a Bachelor of Science in healthcare services from the State University of New York at Empire State College in 2005. Following this accomplishment, she continued her education with a Master of Science, magna cum laude, in human services and counseling specialization from Capella University in 2007. Dr. Grandy-Watson concluded her academic efforts in 2014, whereupon she earned a Doctor of Philosophy, with honors. Dr. Grandy-Watson initially gained experience as a junior research scientist with New York University from 2010 to 2011. As a research assistant and case manager with addiction treatment center Samaritan Village, Dr. Grandy-Watson assisted the staffing team with clinical interventions, formulated and implemented treatment plans, and managed the client admission and assessment process.

Dr. Grandy-Watson first became a substance abuse counselor after providing her services for a hospital’s methadone clinic. Drawing extensively from her own past traumas and experiences, she believes she can leave a positive impact on the world. In the coming years, Dr. Grandy-Watson would like to open a transitional housing project for training former inmates to re-enter society and decrease recidivism.

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