Denise

StaffDenise Mansour – PsyD, LLP, CST

Degree: Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Masters in Humanistic Psychology
License: 
Limited Licensed Psychologist
Specialties:
Adolescents, Adults, Seniors, Abuse and Neglect, ACOA, ADD/ADHD, Anger, Adjustment Issues, Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Adult Survivors of Abuse, Anxiety/Panic/Phobia, Behavioral Addiction, Bi-Polar Disorder, Bullying, Co-Dependency, Communication/Relational Issues, Depression, Dissociative Disorders, Divorce Recovery, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Family Issues, Grief and Loss, Group Counseling, Life Transitions, Marital Counseling, Mood Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Opposition/Defiant Behaviors, Parenting Issues, Psychological Testing, PTSD, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Self-Control/Impulse Issues, Self-Esteem Issues, Self-Injury, Severe and Persistent Mental Illness, Sexual Abuse, Single Parenting, Social Problems, Stress Management, Substance Abuse, Trauma and Abuse, Traumatic Brain Injury, Women’s Issues

Biographical Information

Dr. Mansour has been practicing clinical psychology, for over 17 years and has more than 20 years of mental health experience. She has specialized training in conducting neuropsychological evaluations and consultation, specifically with individuals who have had traumatic brain injury. She has worked with individuals who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness, that includes Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and Schizophrenia. She has extensive experience in working with individuals who suffer from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), especially with those who have been exposed to war events. She has completed various continuing education courses on how to work with individuals who have sustained verbal, physical, and sexual abuse. Even further, she has specialized trauma certification in working with children of trauma, children of deployed parents, and refugees/asylees who have been exposed to war events.

Dr. Mansour provides clinical intensive psychotherapy that includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Narrative Therapy, and Motivational Enhancement/Interviewing Therapy that is specific to substance abuse counseling, and various other supportive cognitive therapies. She is also an expert in the area of Death and Dying and the Grief process and she does provide grief counseling. She has also provided school psychological evaluations to children with language barriers, who speak either Arabic or Chaldean. She also enjoys working with individuals who have adjustment concerns, such as being a new mother, marital conflicts, social issues, relationship conflicts, job conflicts, and various other aspects of adaptive living. Her mission is to help individuals and families to plan and organize their needs based on their capabilities. She is proficient in the Arabic and Chaldean languages, and she does therapy and psychological evaluations with those who have language barriers. Her cultural sensitivity has afforded her much success in working with individuals and families who have struggled with mental health concerns.