With over 50 years of combined clinical experience, our team of doctors offer individual, couples and family psychotherapy as well as psychological testing and medication management services.
We are specialists in treating a wide variety of psychological issues, including anxiety, depression, and personality disorders.
Through the use of self-reflection and self-examination, we help you identify patterns that lead to difficulties, so you can reduce your symptoms and have a happier, healthier life.
We work with people in intimate relationships—from romantic partners and married couples to full families—to nurture healthy communication, change, and development.
We prescribe psychotropic medications to treat a variety of mental health problems that impair healthy functioning. Medications may help you during a particularly difficult time, or may be needed on a long-term basis to for persistent symptoms.
We examine ADHD and other learning issues through individualized assessment, and partner with schools, parents, psychiatrists, and physicians to apply our findings and recommendations.
Our team of experienced clinicians treat every patient with dignity, compassion and respect.
Dr. Major is a medical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in the New Orleans area. He was a professor at Loyola University from 2000 to 2006. He holds advanced degrees in clinical psychology and psychopharmacology, and specializes in in mood, anxiety, and attention deficit disorders.
Dr. Bolger completed her doctoral work in clinical psychology at The New School for Social Research, and her clinical training at NYU/Bellevue Hospital in New York City. She specializes in treating mood disorders like anxiety and depression, trauma and PTSD, and personality difficulties.
Dr. Smith holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Gallaudet University. Her assessment services include psychological, psychoeducational, ADHD, and Autism diagnostic testing. In her therapy work, she specializes in treating anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, domestic violence/sexual assault, and relationship concerns.
Dr. Berk earned her doctorate in clinical psychology at the New School for Social Research in New York City, and trained at Beth Israel and St. Luke’s Hospitals. She specializes in working with patients from diverse cultural backgrounds, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations. In addition to individual psychotherapy, she conducts psychological assessments for learning disorders, ADHD and psychodiagnostic clarification.