Dr. Priscilla Rogers-Fahy, is a Licensed Psychologist who provides individual and couples’ psychotherapy to adults and adolescents in both Spanish and English. Dr. Rogers-Fahy is passionate about working with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds whose physical health may be impacting their mental and emotional wellbeing. She values an interdisciplinary and collaborative treatment approach in which she provides supportive and evidence-based care.
Dr. Rogers-Fahy has advanced training in psychotherapy, health psychology intervention, and psychological assessment. She has an extensive history of providing comprehensive care to individuals and groups experiencing a range of both mental health (e.g., depressed mood, anxiety, trauma, women’s issues, martial distress and stress) and medical issues (e.g., women’s health issues, cancer, diabetes, HIV, chronic pain, and hepatitis C). Dr. Rogers-Fahy has led a variety of support groups utilizing a health psychology perspective to enhance wellbeing and functioning (e.g., a breast cancer support group and a group focused on coping with liver disease).
Dr. Rogers-Fahy received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Social Behavior at University of California, Irvine, her master’s degree at California School of Professional Psychology, and her doctoral degree at California School of Professional Psychology. Following her formal training she completed a postdoctoral residency program at State University of New York, Purchase where she focused on health psychology and outpatient psychotherapy intervention. Following her fellowship, she accepted a staff psychology position at Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Hospital in New York where she worked for almost 7 years providing psychological intervention and supervision of intern and practicum students in an APA-Accredited Internship. She is presently working towards her certificate in the specialty of Maternal Mental Health from Postpartum Support International.