Phyllis J. Outlaw is a certified therapist and spiritual counselor. She has done extensive counseling for more than 19 years. Ms. Outlaw founded "Woman to Woman", a group which explored psychological and spiritual issues. She produced and hosted a radio show, "Creating Loving Relationships", which provided the listener with a female and male viewpoint on the inner healing process needed to achieve wellness, wholeness and spiritual maturity.
Ms. Outlaw has conducted stimulating and thought-provoking seminars for a host of organizations and conferences to include the Whole Life Expo, The Center for Visionary Leadership, College for Kids, National Black Women's Health Project National Conference and Pathways' Natural Living Expo. She also conducts ongoing workshops that explore psychological and spiritual issues to facilitate behavior modification, personal and professional development.
Ms. Outlaw's extensive knowledge of human relationships and the political process has culminated in workshop appearances on radio and television to discuss these issues to include, CNN's Burden of Proof, Channel 32's Evening Exchange, former Congressman Qwase Enfume's "The Bottom Line, C-span's Fox News, the Wisdom Channel and several shows on BET, WUSA-TV, WYCB, WPFW, and WDCU. Ms. Outlaw has also appeared in several issues of Jet Magazine, Ebony Magazine and she was featured in American Magazine "A Woman with a Vision." She was quoted in the March 1996 issue of Jet Magazine on the topic of "Should Couples Undergo Counseling Before Marriage?".
Ms. Outlaw is very active in national and local business, community, political and social organizations. She appears as guest speaker for various churches, schools and organizations. Ms. Outlaw also founded Professionals for Political Education, an organization designed to educate the community on the political process. She has successfully campaigned and been elected to hold several political offices in Washington, D.C.
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