Dr. Cassie Kendrick is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with adolescents and adults in the treatment of depressive and anxiety disorders, stress management, relationship issues, trauma, grief, loss, and life transition. She additionally works with pain management, psychological factors influencing physical illness, and caregiver stress. Dr. Kendrick also provides psychological evaluations, including assessments for ADHD and preoperative evaluations for persons seeking weight-loss surgery.
Dr. Kendrick earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Baylor University. Prior to becoming a psychologist, she was a teacher with a specialization in biology. While completing her graduate studies at Baylor, she was able to combine her passion for biological science, human behavior, and biopsychosocial approaches to wellness in both her clinical work and research in clinical health psychology. At Baylor’s Mind Body Medicine Research Laboratory, Dr. Kendrick provided hypnotherapy intervention and oversaw the biochemistry arm of an NIH-funded randomized clinical trial examining the effect of hypnosis for hot flashes in postmenopausal women. Her varied clinical training allowed her to work with adolescents and adults at Texas Youth Commission, the Baylor Counseling Center, Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center Inpatient Rehabilitation (now Scott & White Center for Rehabilitative Medicine at Hillcrest), and the VA North Texas Health Care System. In therapeutic treatment of psychological symptoms, Dr. Kendrick seeks to treat each individual from a holistic perspective that considers biological, psychological, and social / environmental factors that influence well-being.
Office Hours Mon – Thurs 8am – 7pm Fri 8am – 6pm Sat & Sun Closed
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