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Blair Kenney, Psy.D. is a Texas licensed psychologist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults using an integrative approach that can be tailored to fit an individual’s needs and environment. She works to apply evidence-based treatment methods within a supportive environment that draws upon an individual’s natural strengths.
Dr. Kenney enjoys working with individuals of all ages with issues related to relationship difficulties, parenting skills, anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, oppositional behavior, learning disabilities and ADHD, and life transition concerns. She has training in evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), parent management training, and exposure and response prevention (ERP). In addition to providing individual and family therapy, Dr. Kenney facilitates a DBT skills group for adults. She also conducts psychological testing for career/vocational indecision, attention and learning differences, and emotional concerns. Dr. Kenney is the primary assessment supervisor at Great Life Counseling Center.
Dr. Kenney received her doctoral degree from the APA-accredited and NASP-approved School-Clinical Child Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, where she worked with children and adolescents across a variety of clinical settings. She currently serves as the secretary of the Collin County Psychological Assocation and is a member of the Dallas Psychological Association. Dr. Kenney works at Great Life Counseling Center, a group private practice in Addison, TX.
We specialize in testing, diagnosing, counseling and coaching adults with Asperger's/Autism, dyslexia and other learning disorder, ADD/ADHD, social
Dallas, TX 75231
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