My Approach to Helping
Dr. Rogachevsky earned her bachelors degree from University of California, Irvine (UCI), and her masters and doctorate degree in Psychology (Psy.D.) from University of La Verne (APA accredited).
Dr. Rogachevsky completed her post-doctoral internship through the South Texas VA and received extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). During this time, she worked with providing therapy to both veterans and their partners. Dr. Rogachevsky specialized in working with individuals with depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress (PTSD), couples therapy, insomnia, bipolar, relationship concerns, obsessive compulsion (OCD), adjustment issues, schizophrenia, psychosis, and personality diagnoses.
Dr. Rogachevsky is trained in various evidenced based approaches to treating mental health conditions including, but not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy for depression (CBT-D), cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), CBT for anxiety (CBT-A), cognitive processing therapy (CPT) for PTSD, social skills training for schizophrenia, and mindfulness. Dr. Rogachevsky received advanced clinical training in individual, group, and couple/marital therapy working with individuals who are both inpatient and outpatient.
In addition to training in inpatient and outpatient facilities, Dr. Rogachevsky has 15 years of experience in Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), state hospitals, and VA hospitals. Dr. Rogachevsky has a background in forensic psychology, working with individuals who have committed murder, as well as writing evaluations for courts for competency to stand trial and insanity evaluations. Over the last 10 years, Dr. Rogachevsky has worked within the VA system with veterans and their families. During her time at the VA, Dr. Rogachevsky has received extensive training in CBT focused work, receiving specialized training in cognitive processing therapy (CPT for trauma) CBT for insomnia, and whole health.
Dr. Rogachevsky has worked with children and adolescents, as well as working with parents to focus on parenting skills, family relationships and patterns of communication—and how these can be modified to help parents be more effective in their approach. In turn, this allows parents and/or caretakers to experience confidence in their approach with children and navigating challenges, both at home and outside the home.