Dr. Emily Warren is a clinical psychologist who received her PhD from the University of North Texas in 2016. Her training and early career included extensive work with United States veterans and incarcerated populations, treating and assessing individuals with a broad spectrum of mental health concerns. Dr. Warren’s therapeutic approach is eclectic, pulling from cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and person centered therapy primarily. She provides evidence based (protocol) treatment to include: ACT for Depression, Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD, and Dialectical Behavioral Skills (please note this is not a full DBT program, but rather purely skills training). Dr. Warren takes an active approach in therapy from assisting clients in defining their treatment goals to engaging clients in experiential exercises or behavioral tasks. Dr. Warren is passionate about helping individuals who feel stuck find ways to move forward in their lives. Building rapport is an extremely important component in treatment, and Dr. Warren tends to build therapeutic relationships through shared experiences of empathy, compassion, humor, and respect.
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