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All of us strive for the greatest quality of life that we can attain, especially for our loved ones. We all want to be well-functioning, responsible, and independent. Ultimately, we want happiness, health and peace for ourselves, our families and community. When our loved ones (no matter the age) are sad, anxious, or confused, it not only affects them, it affects the entire family and threatens the dreams we have for the future. Our incessant thoughts of how we can make things right begin to interfere with sleep, work, and social life. Through respectful questioning, consideration of culture, and family engagement, our practice provides expert assessment and treatment of mental health conditions. Whether the issue is an acute episode of depression or dealing with confused thoughts or perceptions, our focus is on improved functioning and quality of life. Our work emphasizes values-based decision-making and action-oriented strategies to restore mental health, foster positive interactions and nurture peace.
Anxiety, depression, and negative thought patterns can undermine the life you expected or intended. Get on the path that aligns with your goals. Our expertise enables us to offer effective outpatient, individualized, psychological care for increased social and emotional wellness. It is past time for you to feel whole. We will work together to build your coping skills so that you can live the healthy and authentic life you seek.
We use a strengths-based therapy process, evidence-based practices and culturally-competent strategies that lead to wholeness. With your specific goals as the focus, we will work together to customize a unique treatment plan.
We promise to be there for you every step of your journey from start to finish. Our goal is to help you grow from your struggles, heal from your pain,
and live each day more fully.
Clinical depression is more than the blues alluded to by Billie Holliday. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one in ten women and 20% of adolescent females suffer from depression compared to 5.3% of adult males and 6.8% of male youth. Depression may be experienced as a lack of interest in engaging in normal activities, isolation and low energy. Our therapy services help you to learn strategies for addressing the thoughts and behaviors that contribute to low mood. You will begin to identify your unique patterns for more adaptive responding and fulfilling interactions.
Don't allow yourself to get lost in the shuffle.
Our services are specifically tailored to help you adjust to your current situation.
Secondary stress and unrelenting demands can take a toll.
Time to focus on you and your needs is long overdue. We are happy to provide you with the emotional care you've been putting off to devise a plan to help address work burnout and productivity issues.
Telehealth has made psychotherapy much more available and accessible. It eliminates driving time, parking issues, and cuts down on time away from work to take care of your mental health. Our flexible hours and HIPAA-compliant interactive video-conferencing makes accessing care easier and private while also receiving professional, experienced, and expert care.
Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness can linger after traumatic events. We can help you overcome these symptoms and guide you through the process that brings healing and help restore trust.
A new chapter can bring about all kinds of adjustments.
Pre-college trauma or a more current experience may make psychological care a needed part of your college success strategy. Don't allow your mental health to contribute to academic underperformance. From acceptance to graduation, our College SmartWellness service helps college students prepare for and cope with the social, cultural, and academic adjustments of college life.
We are committed to providing an attentive, restorative and non-judgmental environment to facilitate your path towards emotional and mental recovery.
Dr. Bogan is a licensed clinical psychologist. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Emory University and her masters and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Georgia. She completed an APA-approved pre-doctoral internship at
Baylor College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She has a wealth of experience from working and supervising in private practice, faith-based, university, and community settings.
A fifth generation native Floridian, she works towards her patients' improvement by using a strengths-based focus that integrates culturally-competent practice with evidence-based treatments.