Under the supervision of Krista Jordan, Ph.D., ABPP
Through all the unbelievably challenging hardships and losses life throws at us, I believe we each have a little bit of fight left in us to work towards healing, growth, and fulfillment. Through this lens, I listen empathically and respond with grace, compassion, and candor to support you through processing painful life experiences, resolving internal and interpersonal conflicts, addressing past & present relational wounds, developing helpful coping mechanisms, and arriving at a deeper awareness of yourself and others. It is a sincere privilege to be a part of your journey to help instill hope, nurture the strengths that already reside in you, and overall facilitate healing.
Dr. Doreen Frimpong-Brago, PsyD. was originally born and raised in Ghana, West Africa. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. From there she attended Midwestern University where she obtained her Master of Arts and Doctor of Psychology Degrees in Clinical Psychology at Midwestern University in 2021 and 2023 respectively. Her education and clinical work has extensively been in medical and community mental health settings and has in-depth understanding of the mind-body relationship and the importance of holistic care. Areas of expertise include immigrant mental health, mood disorders (such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder) and trauma. Her approach to therapy is integrative and culturally-sensitive, often drawing from psychodynamic, strengths-based, behavioral, and mindfulness-based approaches. Dr. Frimpong-Brago currently sees individuals and couples 18 and above and is open to working with teens/families as needed. Her work with couples is largely informed by Psychobiological Approach to Therapy (PACT).
In her free time, Doreen enjoys adventure, spending time in nature/by water, listening to music, and dancing. She also loves to travel for relaxation and exploration.
Dr. Frimpong-Brago offers a free 30-minute consultation with each potential client to determine if she is a good fit for your therapy needs. She can be contacted through email at email@example.com and by phone at 737-231-1507.”