Dr. Creveling is a Licensed Clinical and School Psychologist, the company owner and Director of Clinical Services. With over 20 years of experience and offices in four cities, she is Louisiana’s “go to” clinician for ADHD, academic, autism, psychological, and neurocognitive assessment. She earned her Ph.D. from Tulane University and brings over 20 years of experience with youth and adults in psychological, educational, and neurocognitive assessment; mental health treatment; and consultation with children, adults, families, school personnel, and medical professionals. She conducts assessments for psychoeducational treatment planning and disability determination, and employment/vocational planning. Therapeutic treatment modalities include, but are not limited to, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), anxiety management training, imaginal and in vivo exposure, exposure & response prevention (ERP), and parent training for issues related to impairments in attention, executive functioning, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and trichotillomania, among other presenting concerns. She holds numerous specialty certifications in the diagnosis and treatment of academic, psychological, and behavioral problems. Dr. Creveling is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), and Louisiana Psychological Association (LPA).
As an educator, Dr. Creveling has taught Psychological Assessment lab courses to Tulane University’s psychology graduate students and Experimental Psychology to its undergraduate students. She is an accomplished researcher and has been published in several nationally recognized, peer reviewed journals, including the American Psychological Association’s Journal of Family Psychology and the Journal of Anxiety Disorders. She also is a published coauthor in the area of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Vigilantly mindful as both a researcher and practitioner of the effect of culture on daily living, Dr. Creveling has studied the development of anxiety in ethnically diverse youth with a particular emphasis on cultural, familial, and cognitive mechanisms in this process. Her most recent research examined the influence of culture upon parent socialization practices that contribute to the development and maintenance of maladaptive cognitions and anxiety in African American, Latin American, Asian American, and European American youth.
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