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A psychologist has a doctoral degree (Ph.D., Psy.D., or Ed.D.) in psychology. After graduate school, they complete a multi-year internship. They do not have medical degrees. So, although they can treat mental health disorders, they cannot perform medical procedures or prescribe medications. As a result, they typically work with a psychiatrist or other medical doctor.

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In our work together, we get to the problems as quickly as possible so you can take control of your behavior faster. Time is the enemy of treatment — the more you engage in unhealthy behaviors, the more difficult it becomes to break those patterns and pathologies. The sooner you get help, the better, and I am here to be as directive and empowering as possible so you can get well enough to live ...

Jenny Dietz, PMHNP-BC



I have over 20 years of experience in behavioral health in both outpatient and inpatient settings. I am skilled at assisting clients in therapy for mental health conditions and providing medication management when necessary.

Waju S. Long, LPC, LLC



Hi, I’m Waju! I’m a dedicated and experienced therapist with years of experience in various settings. My extensive background helps me with valuable skills in guiding teens and young adults through various challenges. I am passionate about fostering the well-being of adolescents and families. Together, we can make a positive change in life.

OCD Therapist



Are you looking for modern psychology with traditional values? I help anxious teens understand their thoughts and emotions and practice scientifically supported strategies for long term success. I strive to deliver the highest quality Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), always in line with traditional values