Shanee Toledano, PhD

Psychologist

Licensed Psychologist

50 Glenlake Parkway
Suite 200
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
United States
Phone: 404-444-4369

Narrative of Services:

The Skyland Trail Adolescent Program provides residential treatment for teens ages 14 to 17 with OCD, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. Teens receive group and individual therapy appropriate to either the anxiety/OCD treatment track or the mood treatment track. Teens with co-occurring OCD and mood disorders may receive treatment from both tracks. Modalities may include CBT, ERP, ACT, DBT skills, and behavioral activation. All teens (regardless of treatment track) will also participate in family therapy. Day treatment and IOP are available following completion of the residential program.

Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels (ADA accessible): Yes

Diversity Statement: Our Adolescent Program staff utilizes LGBTQ+ affirming therapeutic practices to support adolescents of all gender identities and sexual orientations, including adolescents who are exploring or questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation. Each teen in our residential program has a private room and bathroom. We also provide gender-neutral bathrooms on each floor of our residential and clinical buildings. Our focus is to provide adolescents and families with therapeutic treatment that supports healthy adolescent development, as well as building a secure self-identity and resiliency to enhance the quality of life.

Training Description:

Shanee Toledano completed her Ph.D. at the University of Florida, where she completed advanced clinical training (practicum, internship, and postdoctoral residency) with the University of Florida Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (UFOCD) Program. She provided evidence-based treatment, with an emphasis on exposure and response prevention (ERP), as part of the intensive outpatient and weekly CBT treatment programs. Dr. Toledano has enjoyed working with professionals from various disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, education, and mental health counseling, to build awareness of OCD and expertise in treating symptoms.