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Dr. Kari Lannon, PHD is a clinical psychologist in Norfolk, VA and has been practicing for 4 years. She graduated from Fielding Graduate University in 2013 and specializes in clinical psychology.Read her story
This content was provided by Dr. Lannon "Dr. Lannon provides psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She works with children and families to assess and treat a wide range of challenges such as parenting learning, and developmental disabilities, and emotional struggles. Adult specializations include trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, and women's issues. In addition to work in the office, Dr. Lannon offers community presentations and collaboration with churches and school systems to holistically work with clients and increase access to mental health resources. Dr. Lannon holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from Fielding Graduate University and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Virginia. She studied theology and psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, where she received her M.A. in Psychology. Undergraduate studies included a B.A. in Psychology and minor in Elementary Education. Prior to becoming a psychologist, she was an educator who worked with children and adults ages preschool through college."
This content was provided by Dr. Lannon "My orientation is based on an integrative approach that assumes the issues people face and the strengths they exhibit are a complex combination of biological, psychological, social, and spiritual factors. I believe that all people and family systems can experience healing and that practical interventions can be implemented through therapy and psychological assessments to improve both short- and long-term circumstances. I often address how thoughts, behaviors, and feelings interact and can be shifted to create positive change, a cognitive-behavioral approach. Childhood and past attachment experiences often influence current functioning and relationship patterns, a psychodynamic perspective. I respect the beliefs of all my clients. At the same time the direction given is clearly influenced by both my Christian faith and psychological theory. If your core beliefs differ from mine please discuss this with me. "
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