Brianna Allen PsyD
I provide individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with OCD and OC related disorders. I also provide treatment for co-occurring disorders that may present in conjunction with OCD (e.g., anxiety disorders, depression, LGBTQ+ concerns, phase of life concerns, etc.). I prioritize the use of evidence-based treatments to support the clients that I work with as they work toward symptom reduction and overall well-being (e.g., ERP, CBT, HRT, CBIT).
Additionally, I provide consultation services.
I treat co-occuring disorders that may present alongside OCD, including anxiety disorders, phobias, depression, LGBTQ+ concerns, and phase of life issues.
I have one year of masters-level clinical experience (two years total training), and four years of doctoral-level clinical experience (five years total training), during which I worked with children, adolescents, and adults with OCD/OCD Spectrum Disorders. I have also attended workshops, and I received one year of post-doctoral supervision with a senior provider in the field who is board certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (ABCCAP), a member of IOCDF, a senior member of OCD Central & South Florida, Affiliate of the International OCD Foundation, and a member of the Florida Psychological Association (FPA).
I identify as Black and Indigenous. I provide multicultural and socially-just psychotherapy for all of the clients that I serve. I am passionate about ensuring access to treatment and resources for undeserved and marginalized populations, and this has been evident throughout my clinical training and service provision.
My masters level training and clinical experience focused on serving low-income, racial/ethnic minority populations in an urban city (Hartford) in Connecticut. I provided in-home services, and I also provided services in the clients schools, and in treatment centers (e.g., inpatient hospital for children and adolescents).
My doctoral level training program had a rural emphasis/focus, and I served low-income and rural populations throughout my training.
My pre-doctoral internship focused on health-service psychology with an emphasis on serving Latinx and Hispanic populations, and immigrant populations.