Individual therapy sessions offered on a cash pay basis.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Consultation
DEI Consultation for businesses, universities, schools, and other systems.
Speaker for a variety of topics related to diversity, equity, & inclusion, social sciences, community, and psychology.
Trainings provided to groups, organizations, schools, businesses, and universities.
Lauren Chapple-Love, Ph.D. (she, her, Dr.), a licensed counseling psychologist, is the owner of Elle Psychological Services, LLC in Las Vegas, Nevada. She completed a bachelor’s degree focused in Forensic Psychology in 2007 at Bay Path University, her master’s in Forensic Psychology in 2010 at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, then went on to secure her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology in 2018 from The University of North Dakota. She earned additional experience in a pre-doctoral internship with the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons (2018) and completed post-doctoral training in 2020 at a forensic private practice. She is currently licensed as a psychologist in the state of Nevada.
Dr. Chapple-Love’s clinical experience primarily lies in Forensic and Correctional Psychology. While in the community, she has worked with court-mandated individuals and in sexual health. Dr. Chapple-Love has focused on diverse populations (e.g., LGBTQAI+, People of Color, the Kink community, etc.) and the ways that they process and can excel while living within systems of oppression and majority culture spaces. She is a member of the executive board of the Nevada Psychological Association (NPA), formally serving as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair.
Dr. Chapple-Love is also currently serving as the President of NPA, the first Black-identified psychologist to be elected in the organization's nearly 65 year history.
Dr. Chapple-Love is a cultural competency consultant who works with agencies and organizations to assist them in developing their own diversity, equity, and inclusion programming and policies that they can then implement to ensure their workplace is safer for all those present.
I have a clinical focus on diverse populations (e.g., LGBTQAI+, Black communities, BIPOC, the BDSM and Kink community etc.) and the ways that they process and can excel while living within systems of oppression and majority culture spaces. I recognize it can be difficult to find clinicians in our community, who look like us, who I don't have to explain my culture to. We are here. I am here.
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