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Inspirational, Poetry, Family, Transformation, Symbolism, Change, Truth

Transformational Images
by Adeleri Onisegun

Transformational Images is replete with messages of hope and the possibilities for life’s marvelous changes. Dr. Adeleri Onisegun was inspired by observations of dynamic personal growth, community challenges, and changing yet unwavering family foundations. From beginning to end you are drawn in to this exciting array of prose.

Everyone will find energy, inspiration, or motivation in these pages.

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Dr. Adeleri Onisegun was born in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands and grew up in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. She is a clinical psychologist with a rich history in mental health beginning with her training as a Neuropsychiatric Technician in the U. S. Navy. She earned a B.A. degree in Psychology from Fordham University and completed her Doctoral studies at the Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University in New York. Whether working in a Children’s Psychiatric Hospital or a Women’s Center, or teaching graduate or undergraduate students, she has done so with great passion and enjoyment of each experience. Her love of cultural knowledge has taken her around the world. As a Citizen Ambassador with People to People International, Onisegun has traveled with Mental Health Delegations to Beijing, The People’s Republic of China and The Republic of Rwanda. Onisegun’s personal transformations include being ascribed the title “Iyalode” twice. First, the HRH Oseijeman Adefunmi I in Oyotunji African Village bestowed the title and she was honored again by Bokonon Bassely in The Republic of Benin West Africa. Currently Dr. Onisegun teaches, conducts research and mentors undergraduate research at Paine College. Mother, Grandmother, Wife, Sister, Cousin, Friend, and Guide; Onisegun is also a powerful motivational speaker and lecturer. She is a member of numerous organizations, most notably The Association of Black Psychologists. Her personal philosophy is reflected in the Yoruba proverb: “Eyes not blinded by adversity will live to see better days.”


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