Supporting women and their families during times of change.

 

Dr. Parker Rea, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist-doctorate whose practice specializes in women’s reproductive mental health issues.  Parker’s integrative style balances practical support with the development of greater insight into the roots of client suffering. Tailoring each treatment to the individual person, she draws from the relational and cognitive-behavioral traditions. Her evidenced-based approach emphasizes the role of self-reflection and mindfulness in overall well-being.

 

 

Parker’s psychotherapy practice is the culmination of two decades of graduate training and experience as an educator and clinical psychologist.

Education

Doctor of Psychology, Clinical Psychology, The George Washington University, 2007   

Master of Arts in Teaching, Smith College, 1999    

Bachelor of Arts, University of Oregon, magna cum laude 1997

licensure

Vermont  Licensed Psychologist-Doctorate  #048.0128109

District of Columbia Psychologist #PSY1000547

Virginia Clinical Psychologist #0810004101 Inactive

professional Affiliations

American Psychological Association

Postpartum Support International

The George Washington University former Adjunct Professor in Clinical Psychology

Selected Training

Advanced Telebehavioral Health Certificate Program: Telemental Health Institute.

Postgraduate Training in Postpartum Depression:  Karen Kleiman, Center for Postpartum Stress

Group Psychotherapy Training: Washington Psychiatric Institute

Mindfulness in Psychotherapy: Behavioral Tech

Intensive Training in Prolonged Exposure for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety, University of Pennsylvania

Fellowship in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Baltimore Washington Institute for Psychoanalysis

Postdoctoral Work: The Flint Hill School

Predoctoral Internship: Children’s National Medical Center Eating Disorders Clinic, Psychiatric Institute of Washington