Cherlette McCullough Community Leader, Advocate of Mental Health is Next Guest on The Crossman Conversation Saturday Oct 21

WINTER PARK — Cherlette McCullough, Vice President of the Mental Health Association of Central Florida and founder of Center Peace Couples and Family Therapy in Winter Park, will share some tips on how to deal with a narcissistic personality on The Crossman Conversation, Saturday Oct. 21.

McCullough is a local success story who graduated from Bethune-Cookman University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Webster University with a Masters in Family and Marriage Counseling.

The licensed marriage and family therapist is an entrepreneur with her own practice where she works with couples to restore and enrich relationships. McCullough provides counseling using cognitive behavioral therapy. She is the author of two self-help journals.

Her community service includes serving on the boards of Pace Center for Girls, Faine House and Shepherd’s Hope and participation in several philanthropic and non-profit activities. She conducts a monthly support group for women, and due to all her mental health work in the community she is sought out as a guest on numerous TV news programs seeking her advice on mental health topics and family related stories.

“I’m delighted to have Cherlette on the show. She is generously sharing her wisdom on mental health issues, in particular narcissism. We’ve all probably interacted with a narcissist at some point, whether at work or in life and it’s important to understand them, and not let the encounter dampen our spirits.”

The Crossman Conversation podcast with Cherlette McCullough can be heard starting this Saturday Oct. 21 at 1:05 p.m. and on-demand at

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For more information contact

John Crossman, CEO, Crossman Career Builders and Crossmarc Services, 407-794-9393 [email protected] or [email protected]

Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407-461-3781 or [email protected]