Ngozi Onyenuforo, NP (pronounced “In-gaz-ee On-yen-new-for-
Ngozi’s decision to enter the field of mental health care was driven by her desire to help those struggling or suffering from psychiatric disorders. Witnessing the lack of proper representation and care within her community in Southern California, she felt compelled to be a part of the solution. Her approach to therapy is centered on compassion and empathy, striving to meet the unique needs of each individual client in a manner that fosters positive change.
Outside of her work, Ngozi is an active and family-oriented person. She enjoys attending Zumba classes, spending time with her loved ones, traveling with friends, and watching TV. Describing herself as compassionate, God-fearing, and supportive, she brings these qualities into her therapeutic relationships with clients.
Clients should know that Ngozi is committed to providing understanding and support throughout their therapeutic journey. Her dedication to her profession and genuine care for her clients make her an exceptional choice for those seeking a mental health care professional who prioritizes empathy and positive change.
El Camino College
Ms. Onyenuforo educational background started with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) from El Camino College.
Ms. Onyenuforo pursued a Master of Science in Nursing Education at Walden University.
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Ms Onyenuforo obtained a post-master’s certificate in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) from Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science.
My clinician was quite a surprise. Though she was very professional, she genuinely was interested in me and made me feel like I was the only person that matters. That’s a first for me. She is extremely intelligent, and I know I am getting the best treatment for my needs.