Kenley Sullivan-Thomas, Psy. D.
Education: Psy.D. Clinical Psychology - Nova Southeastern University, M.S. Clinical Psychology - Nova Southeastern University
Approach to therapy: Dr. Sullivan-Thomas approaches therapy from an integrative perspective, which varies based on client needs. She primarily utilizes a CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) approach, which focuses on how an individualâ€™s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected and how this impacts how they view themselves, others, and the world around them. Dr. Sullivan-Thomas also incorporates aspects of insight-oriented therapy, solution-focused therapy, and DBT skills.
Approach to supervision: Dr. Sullivan-Thomas approaches supervision utilizing the developmental model. This allows her to work collaboratively with supervisees to identify strengths and growth edges in order to provide a supportive supervisory experience. She values building a collaborative supervisory relationship in order to work towards increased autonomy. Dr. Sullivan-Thomas encourages supervisees to self-reflect and explore the therapeutic relationship.
Her professional interests include working with students with anxiety, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, interpersonal difficulties, and relationship concerns.