Marjorie Landron

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Marjorie Landron
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Born (1977-04-04) April 4, 1977 (age 44)
Tacoma, WA
NationalityUSA and Panama and Puerto Rico
Other names
  • Goldy 507
  • The Realest Supreme
CitizenshipUSA, Panama, Puerto Rico
Education
  • Psychology (1997)
  • Law (2004)
  • Sculpting, Painting, Drawing, Photography (1998)
  • AA in Psychology (2015)
  • BA in Interdisciplinary Studies (2013)
  • Master of Social Work (2015)
  • Credential of Readiness (2020)
  • Pursuing DSW (2021)
Alma mater
  • Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua, Panama
  • Universidad Latina
  • Panama Art Institute Panama
  • College of Southern Nevada
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • University of Southern California
  • Harvard Business School
  • Capella University
Occupation
Years active2014 - present
Organization
  • The Healing Tree Wellness Center
  • Kaboom Muzik, LLC
Known forBilingual Therapist, Radio Host on Hot 702.5Fm
Spouse(s)
  • Yaseer Poyser ​(m. 2004; div. 2015)
  • Martell Gerald (m. 2021; div. 2021)
Websitemyhealingtree.com

Marjorie Landron (born 4 April 1977) is an American entrepreneur, Licensed Clinical social worker,[1] radio host, rapper, author, speaker and counselor. She currently serves as CEO of The Healing Tree Wellness Center, a wellness center in Las Vegas and co-founder of Kaboom Muzik, LLC. Landron is best known as a Bilingual Therapist in the Las Vegas Area, Radio Host on Hot 702.5Fm, and Record Label owner of Kaboom Muzik.[2]

Landron has garnered several awards and recognition over her long and varied professional career. She has worked with a number of organizations in finance, business consultation, real estate, counseling and the anger management industry. Landron is also the author of a therapeutic approach self-guided book The Healing Tree Empowerment Journal.[3]

Landron’s vision of transforming mental health issues, crisis intervention, anger management, couples counseling and empowering people has helped her organization, The Healing Tree Wellness Center and Regenerative Therapies to secure a strong market position.[4] She has worked closely with a number of nonprofit organizations for the upliftment of people to help them empower and grow in their lives.

Early life and education

Landron was born on 4 April 1977 in Fort Lewis Madigan Medical Center to Vielka Landron, Panamanian, and Manuel Landron, Puerto Rican US Army soldier. She had to move every couple of years to different cities and countries dependent on her fathers next duty station. These places included: Fort Clayton, Republic of Panama, Fort Carson, CO, Fort Benning, GA, Ft. Dix, NJ, Phoenix, AZ, and Orlando, FL.

Landron maintained honor roll status throughout her education, and always participated in extracurricular activities and sports. These included Girl Scouts, Track and Field, Baseball, Soccer, Gymnastics, cheerleading, Ballet, Tap, Drama and Chorus.

Upon her fathers retirement from the US Army in 1994, her family moved to her mother’s hometown, Panama City, Panama. Here Landron joined a college at Universidad Santa Maria La Antigua and attended a semester for psychology, but it was mainly to gain knowledge of the Spanish language and improve vocabulary, dialect, and grammar. Landron was also known as Goldy507 and was a female underground rapper from 1994-2004.

In Panama, Landron began working with the Ammunition Supply Point in Rodman and became a technical specialist. She also worked with the 56th Signal Battalion in Corozal, Panama. Later, she obtained her realtor license in Panama and focused on assisting expats transitioning to Panama.

Career

In 2015, Landron began working as a CSW- Intern with Mobile Mental Health, and Vegas Valley Behavioral Health, And Aspire Mental Health. She established her private practice also in 2015, and opened doors in 2017 after becoming fully licensed.[5]

In 2019, Landron began to be known as The Realest Supreme, a radio host for The Real 2 Real on Hot 702.5 Fm in Las Vegas, NV.[6]

Landron opened a record label, Kaboom Muzik in 2020 and has three signed artists: Nix, Datsh, and Tarik Main Brain.

Landron also owns a non-profit, The National Foundation for the Advancement of Human Healing and a clothing boutique, Passion 4 Fashion, LV, which are pending commencement.

Membership and appointments

Landron is a Member of the National Association of Social Workers, The American Psychological Association, and the National Anger Management Association.

Awards and recognition

Landron has received several awards and has been often recognized for her work on a number of occasions. Some of them include

  • 2016- Rising Star in Social Work Award- NASW NV
  • 2017- Certified Anger Management Specialist - NAMASS
  • 2019- EMDR certification
  • 2019- Vegas Magazine Top Health and Beauty Expert Inclusion
  • 2019- Featured on CBS Face The Truth TV Show
  • 2020- Author of The Healing Tree Empowerment Journal
  • 2021 - Reiki Healer Certification

References

  1. Today, Psychology. "Marjorie Landron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Las Vegas, NV, 89102". Psychology Today. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  2. "Marjorie Landron, LSW | Las Vegas, NV | Healthgrades". www.healthgrades.com. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  3. "myhealingtree team". myhealingtree.com. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  4. "The Healing Tree Wellness Podcast". Spreaker. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  5. "Marjorie Landron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist , MSW, LSW, LCSW, CAMS-II, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89103". www.marriage.com. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  6. "Marjorie Landron". All Counseling. Retrieved 8 November 2021.

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