Alabama Psychiatry

Camille Crisp Cumuze, M.S.

Allied Mental Health Professional

Clinical Assistant to Dr. Bodiford

Camille Cumuze, M.S., is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. She graduated with honors from Auburn University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, Psychology. Undergraduate clinical work included an experiential learning study with Lee County Head Start assisting with behavioral observations and clinical/developmental assessments, as well as an undergraduate research position at the Auburn University Mt. Meigs Accountability-Based Sex Offender program. Camille attended Auburn University Montgomery from 2006-2008, at which time she graduated magna cum laude with a Master of Science in Psychology. During graduate school, she completed a clinical practicum at a local private psychological practice and again worked with the Auburn University Mt. Meigs ABSOP program as a graduate clinician. Camille has worked in psychology private practice since 2008, assisting with comprehensive diagnostic interviews and evaluation, and conducting psychometric testing, report writing, and treatment planning for both pediatric and adult populations, specializing in Autism, ADHD, and neurodevelopmental disorders. Camille also served as a clinical supervisor and practice administrator historically. She joined Alabama Psychiatry in December of 2020 as an Allied Mental Health Professional and serves as Lead Clinical Assistant to Rebecca Sheree Bodiford, Ph.D. Camille resides in Montgomery, Alabama, with her two children. In her spare time, she enjoys time with family and friends, music, running, and Auburn Football.