Clinical Psychology


Individuals experiencing stress, depression, anxiety or other problems are often referred by their physicians for psychotherapy or they may choose to come to therapy on their own.

Common Reasons for Seeking Therapy

· Problems coping/adjusting to stress
· Depression, anxiety, panic disorders
· Obsessive-compulsive disorders
· Relationship problems

Psychological Evaluations

Psychological evaluations identify and/or clarify the severity of symptoms that may alert the individual, their family, and their healthcare professionals to the presence of life-threatening thoughts or behaviors, and assess the effectiveness of treatment medications and/or psychotherapy. Evaluations involve a diagnostic interview, and may also include tests of mood and personality functioning.


Individual psychotherapy sessions usually occur weekly or biweekly over a brief or extended period of time, depending upon individual goals and the severity of symptoms.