Chelsea Clifton, BBA
Chelsea Clifton is the Administrative Director at the Peace of Mind Foundation. Chelsea received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a concentration in marketing and international business. She is a member of the International OCD Foundation and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She is currently continuing her studies in nonprofit management at Rice University Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership and Kellogg’s Center for Nonprofit Management. Chelsea is passionate about her faith, serving others and giving back to her community. She works to increase access to resources and support for the OCD community through program growth and raising awareness.
Richelle Overton, BS
Research and Outreach Coordinator
Richelle Overton, BS, is the Research and Outreach Coordinator with the Peace of Mind Foundation. Her current research work with POM focuses on topics such as OCD education and decreasing the gap between proper diagnosis and proper treatment. Richelle has two years of experience working with and conducting research within the OCD community. Richelle is a member of the International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation and the APA-Law Society. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Forensic Psychology at University of Houston – Victoria and hopes to continue her education with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Long-term, she is interested in working within the criminal justice system along with assessing competency to stand trial and insanity defenses, with a particular interest in risk assessment.
Coleen Lim, BS
Coleen Lim, BS, is the administrative assistant at the Peace of Mind Foundation. Since graduating with her B.S. in psychology from University of Houston in 2017, she has been working as a residential counselor at the McLean OCD Institute at Houston. Her clinical interests include treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), eating disorders and anxiety disorders, and is currently pursuing a degree in social work. As a future licensed clinical social worker, she looks forward to not only providing evidence-based therapy to her clients but to further complement this with the ability to direct them to the appropriate resources outside the scope of therapy.