Dr. Katie Sardone, Psychologist and Therapist

Dr. Katie Sardone is a Licensed Psychologist and the founder of Behavioral Health Dallas, PLLC. She specializes in providing clinical health psychology intervention (e.g., individual and couple psychotherapy) and healthcare consultation. Dr. Sardone supervises psychology students at UT Southwestern Medical Center in the Psychiatry Department and routinely teaches, trains, and coaches physicians at various medical centers. Dr. Sardone is the President-Elect of the Dallas Psychological Association.

Dr. Sardone enjoys working with individuals across the lifespan coping with various medical and mental health conditions (e.g., fertility issues, perinatal mood disorders, pain, GI issues, anxiety, depression and life transition). She uses a supportive, evidence-based and collaborative style when treating patients. Dr. Sardone values an interdisciplinary approach and will therefore often collaborate with physicians, psychiatrists and specialists to provide comprehensive care. She also treats individuals within a family context when indicated (e.g., maternal-infant care, couples and parent-child dyads).

Dr. Sardone received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, an APA-accredited program, where she received advanced training in health psychology intervention, psychological assessment, psychotherapy and medical resident education. Dr. Sardone completed her APA-accredited internship at Baylor University Medical Center’s Women’s Health Department where she specialized in providing individualized care for women in antepartum, postpartum, and outpatient clinics, as well as mothers of infants in the NICU. Following her formal training, Dr. Sardone completed an APA-accredited Postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Medical Center Dallas where she specialized in providing intervention with infants, children, parents and families managing medical, developmental and emotional disorders. Following fellowship, Dr. Sardone held a faculty appointment at UT Southwestern in the Family Medicine and Psychiatry departments focused on training medical residents, program development, and conducting research. She has also earned a certificate in the specialty of Maternal Mental Health from Postpartum Support International.