Willie T. Hamlin, M.D., is a practicing child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist, who completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus and is a graduate of the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. A veteran childhood growth and development specialist, Dr. Hamlin's distinguished career accomplishments include assistant clinical professorships at the Children's Hospital National Medical Center and the George Washington University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He served as the Acting Director of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Howard University Hospital.

Dr. Hamlin is perhaps best known locally, nationally and internationally for his tireless and outspoken efforts as a child and family advocate. So steadfast is his belief that the perpetuation of any society is contingent upon the manner in which it educates and nurtures its young, it permeates every aspect of his professional life. Dr. Hamlin has published and provided editorial comments that have appeared in U.S. News and World Report, the Washington Post, Ebony Magazine, the Journal of National Medical Association, the Baltimore and Washington Afro-American Newspapers as well as many international publications. He has appeared on and provided research and technical assistance to a host of local and national television shows, lending his expertise to the discussion of issues impacting on the biopsychosocial development of children in the areas of education, self-esteem, adolescent suicide, the effects of poverty and racism, public policy, family disintegration, drug abuse and more. Personal acknowledgements of his work have come from the Vatican, the Supreme Court, mayors, governors and Bishops.

A nationally acclaimed speaker and educator, noted for his provocative and stimulating message, Dr. Hamlin has delivered keynote addresses at numerous conferences throughout the country. Additionally, he has served on the Child Advocacy Advisory Group for the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church.

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As a practicing child, adult and family psychiatrist, Willie T. Hamlin, M.D., designed the 3Cs website to foster the positive development of every child and adult, regardless of race (Afro-American, Hispanic, Caucasian, and Asian), sex, gender, religion, nationality or economic status.

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