The people behind Academic Research Solutions, Inc.:
Donetta D.Quinones, Ph.D, LMHC, LPC
Dr. Donetta Quinones, the CEO of Academic Research Solutions, provides her clients with 20 years of customer service experience and over a decade of research and training experience. Through her commitment to utilize the knowledge and skills she acquired through her educational and professional pursuits, she strives to provide her clients with the means to be successful and flourish in their pursuits. A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, and specializing in English Literature and International Relations, Dr. Quinones went on to work as a licensed commercial property and casualty insurance agent for several small businesses. Her desire to study the relationship between the legal system and psychology led her to pursue a Master of Arts program in Forensic Psychology at Argosy University. Her educational journey sparked further interest in the affairs of the mental health community as she saw the need for patient advocacy and multicultural awareness in the mental health community. She went on to earn a Master of Science degree in General Psychology at Walden University and became certified as a Human Behavior Consultant from the Christian Coach Institute. Dr. Quinones studied Clinical Psychology and graduated from Walden University with her doctoral degree. Her exposure to the military community as a military spouse reinforces her commitment to bridging the interpersonal gap between the behavioral health sector and the potential clientele who needs assistance from these professionals. Her experience working within the law enforcement and correctional setting has provided her with the opportunity to support members of the forensic population as well as victim advocacy. She has published several personal and spiritual development journals to assist clients and the public in making positive changes in their lives. Dr. Quinones is currently in private practice serving individuals in the states of Washington and Texas.