It can be difficult for those with personality disorders to find providers equipped to provide effective intervention. However, Dr. Warren-Phillips has extensive experience in this arena and doesn't shy away from providing effective support in a proactive and actionable way.
Dr. Warren-Phillips not only is a licensed psychologist, but has worked in law enforcement for more than 20 years. She get's it! Able to share a laugh about things that non-LEOs would cringe and judge you for, she is your ally in the pursuit of mental health wellness for LEOs.
Navigating major life transitions or grappling with mental health challenges can be daunting.
From coping with adjustment difficulties to facing hostile work environments, racial trauma, or identity-based oppression, finding reprieve and support amid these struggles is crucial for overall well-being.
Embark on the journey of individual therapy, a confidential and personalized space where you collaborate with a seasoned clinical psychologist to address your unique challenges. In this one-on-one setting, you can openly explore your thoughts and emotions without the burden of judgment.
In our sessions, we focus on developing effective coping strategies and providing tools to manage various mental health concerns such as stress, anxiety, mood imbalance, psychosis, personality disorders, and more. The therapeutic relationship is a collaborative endeavor, underscored by a goal-oriented approach that aligns with your aspirations
As a clinical psychologist, I provide expert guidance, drawing upon a repertoire of therapeutic techniques to support your personal growth. Together, we establish concrete and achievable goals, consistently assessing your progress along the way.
Typically scheduled on a weekly basis, individual therapy represents a strategic investment in your mental and emotional well-being. Through this process, we work towards fostering positive change and enhancing your overall mental health.
Individual Therapy | 1:1 therapy sessions
Group Therapy | Therapy with a small group of peers
60 min. 90min.
A 15% discount is available when the entire Transforming Temper or Balanced Living programs are paid in full prior to the first session.
Neurocognitive Screening Exam with Report
Personality Disorder Consultation with Report
Mind, Mood, and Me Evaluation with Report
Individuals with personality disorders, like borderline personality disorder, experience distress or impairment from deep seeded patterns of behavior and perspective which clash with society's expectations. This can result in feelings of isolation and have a negative impact on one's interpersonal relationship, work and other domains.
Dr. Warren-Phillips is not only a licensed psychologist, but she has been a law enforcement officer for the past 20 years. Currently a team leader for a peer support team within a federal law enforcement agency, she can share a laugh about things those outside your profession would cringe at or judge you for. Her experience in law enforcement informs her perspective and ability to relate to those who make a sacrifice every day for their communities, making her an ideal ally in the pursuit of mental wellness for first responders.
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Caring for a loved one who has dementia is stressful, confusing, and can be lonely. Dr. Warren-Phillips has worked with patients who have dementia for years and has spoken comfort to their caregivers.
We’ve all heard it before: You must take care of yourself before you can effectively take care of others. This is particularly true for loved ones who have the responsibility of supporting someone who may not remember who they are. Treatment goals for the caregiver often include refining healthy stress management skills, clarifying feelings, or maintaining your own sense of identity.
I approach my work as an opportunity to peel back the layers of being on guard. For many years I have worked with clients exhibiting intense mental illness, intolerable stress, and tough features of personality disorders.
I welcome the opportunity to work hard at earning the trust of those who are resistant to engage with a treatment provider or undergo an assessment. No filter is needed when working with me. I invite you to speak truth to how you really feel, and I commit to helping you work through it.
Group psychotherapy for topics ranging from anger management, healing from racial trauma, to coping with burnout.
Participating in group therapy is typically more financially accessible than individual therapy. This valuable tool for addressing mental health concerns empowers your ability to find your solution while developing self-awareness with the support of others who are working towards similar treatment goals.
"Dr. Warren-Phillips is an exceptional therapist and distinguished leader in her field. Her remarkable personality, characterized by warmth and empathy, makes her an efficient, judicious, and supportive communicator. She establishes a secure and productive space for everyone, consistently going the extra mile to ensure their well-being.
I wholeheartedly endorse Dr. Warren-Phillips for anyone seeking transformative therapy."
Alicia A. Williams, PhD
Shell Global Solutions, Inc
"She is who I turn to, when I need someone to listen, and I keep going back because of how she listens, and because it works."
Dr. Geoff Grimm, Ph.D., ABPP
"Dr. Warren-Phillips is such a joy to learn from, her personality gleans into her professionalism and at every turn I felt that she supported me as an emerging leader in my field."
NUBIA A. MAYORGA,
PREDOCTORAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERN
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