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Kenley Sullivan-Thomas, Psy. D.

Psychologist


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 individual’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.

Professional Interests:

Her professional interests include working with students with anxiety, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, interpersonal difficulties, and relationship concerns.