Radhika Cruz

Cultivator of Human Potential


Radhika earned her Master's Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Kent State University in Ohio and her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Youngstown State University in Ohio. Radhika currently provides training to human service professionals in the Oklahoma City area. She is also a certified YOUTH Mental Health First Aid Instructor (YMHFA) and an independent trainer for PREPARE/ENRICH, an evidence-based enrichment program designed to strengthen couple satisfaction through interpersonal skill-building.

Radhika has over 10 years of direct practice as a child welfare professional and community educator, 5 years of director-level experience as a faith-based marriage, child and family program director and over 5 years of experience as a professional development trainer and psycho-educator. Her current work consists of providing evidence-based training and coaching to strengthen human capacity, nurture hope, cultivate potential and increase prosperity in the lives of those who are marginalized, disadvantaged, and impoverished. 

Radhika has also created an emotional intelligence skill-building program for emancipating youth in an effort to equip independent living programs across the nation with an evidence-based curriculum to help youth cope with their ambiguous family losses AND strengthen their social-emotional abilities. Radhika is extremely passionate about equipping adults and families with the knowledge, skills, tools and hope they need to thrive personally and professionally with those they lead, love, serve and work with.


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Invisible people

Invisible to People.

by Radhika Cruz

Comparison. The thief of joy, gratitude, and self-acceptance.

by Radhika Cruz
emotional distress

From Emotional Wreck to Emotional Well-being.

by Radhika Cruz

Workplace Well-being. It’s in your hands.

by Radhika Cruz

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