1333 W. McDermott
Allen, TX 75013
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Serving Plano, Allen, Frisco, McKinney and surrounding areas
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Dr. Malauna Hogan is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, who provides psychological services, including psychotherapy and assessment, to adults and individuals who are in advanced stages of life. She uses Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, as well as other evidenced-based treatments, to treat a number of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, adjustment to life transitions, work-related stress, and relationship issues. She is also sensitive to multicultural issues that impact an individual’s well-being.
Dr. Hogan’s desire is use psychotherapy to empower individuals to live their best life. Her individually-tailored psychotherapy provides strategies, or “tools” to assist individuals in increasing insight, improving problem-solving skills, and in achieving an overall-balanced life.
Dr. Hogan has over 25 years of experience in providing psychological services to a number of special populations, including individuals with chronic pain management issues and adjustment issues related to long-term care placement and other life transitions. She has extensive experience in behavioral medicine and providing psychological services, including consultation and assessment, to geriatric populations within long-term care/rehabilitation facilities. She has led workshops on depression/anxiety, managing combative/difficult behaviors within long-term care settings, caregiver stress, and grief management.
Dr. Hogan is a native of Memphis, TN. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Spelman College. Dr. Hogan obtained her Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology from Purdue University. Her Predoctoral Internship was completed at the University of Mississippi Medical Center/Jackson V. A. Medical Center, and she completed her Postdoctoral Internship at U.T.M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Hogan is a member of the Collin County Psychological Association. She volunteers on the Board of Directors for a non-profit organization that provides housing for families who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless. She enjoys spending time with her family, singing in the choir, reading, and listening to music.