My Approach to Helping
Dr. Anderson is passionate about helping clients in their journey of personal growth, insight, and change. She views a trusting relationship with the client as the most important factor in positive therapeutic success. She is very patient and careful to listen to the needs of her clients thus facilitating a safe haven for her clients to express their thoughts, feelings, and struggles. Her approach to therapy is integrative to match interventions to unique client needs. Dr. Anderson provides individual, couples, family, and group therapy, as well as psychological testing services to diverse populations in a wide range of ages. Dr. Anderson completed her Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology at Regent University. She completed her internship at the Southern Louisiana Internship Consortium. Both her graduate and internship programs were generalist programs and APA-accredited, where she received excellent education and training in assessing and treating a variety of psychological conditions. Dr. Anderson views it an honor to serve those that are experiencing various psychological and relational challenges and joys in the success of her clients. To start your journey to living a happier, more fulfilling life, please consider Dr. Anderson as your support through whatever challenges you are facing!
More Info About My Practice
Currently, Dr. Anderson is an in-network provider for the following insurance companies: United HealthcareOptum, United EAP, Cigna, Cigna EAP, Aetna, Tricare, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), BCBS EAP, Medicare, Medicaid, Peachcare, Magellan, and ComPsych. For all other insurance companies, Dr. Anderson is considered an out-of-network provider. However, most insurance companies typically provide some level of reimbursement for therapy services. To find out more regarding reimbursement for out-of-network providers, please contact your health insurance company to see how their out-of-network reimbursement structure works for mental health and psychotherapy services. Once you have paid for your therapy session, and at your request, Dr. Anderson can provide you with the necessary documentation to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Health care savingsflexible spending accounts (FSAHSA) can often also be used to pay for mental health and therapy services. Again, at your request, Dr. Anderson can provide you with a receipt to submit to your flex spending account.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
Dr. Anderson's professional areas of interest and expertise include but are not limited to: relationship struggles, adjustments and life transitions, sadnessdepression, anxietyfearsphobias, low self-esteem, stress management, traumaPTSD, Christian counselingreligious issues, women's issues, health struggles, couple's issues, geriatric mental health, and griefloss therapy.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Therapy (also known as psychotherapy) can be beneficial to anyone desiring positive change or increased understanding, insight, and awareness in hisher life, with the overarching goal of increasing factors such as overall well-being and quality of life. Therapy provides a safe place where you can be honest about your struggles and gain feedback from an objective and expert perspective focused on alternative solutions (many backed by years of research) to problems that you may struggle to cope with by yourself.
Therapy is not just a matter of "talking about your problems" or "venting," but rather, it is about working toward solutions that will have lasting positive effects in your life. For example, therapy can help you:
- Understand your struggles
- Define and reach life goals
- Develop coping skills to better manage your stress
- Make sense of past traumatic or childhood experiences
- Identify triggers that may worsen or maintain your symptoms
- Improve your self-esteem and relationships with family and friends
- Develop a dependable, stable, and productive routine
- Gain insight and awareness about your personality strengths and weaknesses
- Understand why certain things bother you and what you can do to reduce these struggles
- Become "unstuck" in patterns, both personally and socially, that do not yield positive outcomes
- Overcome your fears, anxieties, and worries about the future
- Feel happier and more satisfied in life
- Find healing after grieving