Why Choose a Psychologist


Psychologists spend an average of seven years in graduate education training and research be-fore receiving a doctoral degree. As part of their professional training, they must complete a supervised clinical internship in a hospital or organized health setting, and at least another year of post-doctoral supervised experience before they can practice independently in any health care arena. It’s this combination of doctoral-level training in clinical skills and knowledge and extensive clinical experience that distinguishes psychologists from many other mental health care providers.

 
Why Choose a Psychologist?

Why Choose a Psychologist?

Psychologists spend an average of seven years in graduate education training and research be-fore receiving a doctoral degree. As part of their professional training, they must complete a

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Who Can Benefit?

Who Can Benefit?

People often find it difficult to talk about their personal issues to a professional. With Dr. Konomi’s non-judgmental, friendly, and compassionate approach, however, her clients can feel comfortable

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Why Psychotherapy?

Why Psychotherapy?

In a psychotherapy session, unlike in many comic strips or movies, you will not be laying on the couch beside a therapist. It is a face-to-face talk, and it takes about 50 minutes per session.

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