Dr. Brogdon received a dual bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University in kinesiology and psychology where she studied the impact of physical activity on mental well-being. She received her M.A. from the University of Detroit Mercy, and her Ph.D. from Fielding Graduate University. She holds a graduate certificate in Neuropsychology, also from Fielding Graduate University. Dr. Brogdon has over 10 years of experience in the field and has worked in various settings including community mental health, inpatient, forensic, university medical centers, and private practice. She is passionate about lifelong learning and stays informed on current literature in clinical psychology and treatment approaches. Dr. Brogdon integrates evidence-based cognitive and behavioral therapies with mindfulness practices to help clients achieve their personal and professional goals. She provides a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to work through problems and heal. She treats young adults through elders with issues related to depression, anxiety, stress, burnout, chronic pain, and medical conditions. She is passionate about helping her clients achieve the mind-body wellness and balance that makes life a joy. Away from the office, she loves traveling, nature and botanical gardens, music, spinning, and exploring healthy food options.
PhD in Clinical Psychology - Fielding Graduate University, CA
MA in Clinical Psychology - University of Detroit Mercy, MI
BS in Kinesiology and Psychology - Michigan State University, MI