Ph.D.,L.P. - Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Osborn earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology in 2005 from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. She also earned a master’s degree in legal studies. She completed her APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri, where she conducted psychological, neuropsychological, cognitive, and court-ordered evaluations for adults. In addition to assessment, Dr. Osborn is skilled in providing group and individual therapy for adults and adolescents (including people with special needs) as well as marital/couples therapy.
She has experience in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings, including private practice, correctional, and hospital settings. In these settings, she has provided a number of assessment and treatment services, including developing and implementing programming for people with severe behavioral issues. Areas of expertise include sexual abuse issues, developmental disabilities, treatment program development, behavioral modification, personality issues, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues, anger and aggression, and motivation to change.
Age range: 12 and up
Clinical Services: Assessment: ADHD, Comprehensive Psychological, Court-Ordered Anger & Domestic Abuse, Psychosexual Evaluations, Cognitive Testing (Learning Disorders, Intellectual Functioning), Personality Assessment, Neuropsychological Screening, Malingering, Chemical Dependency (NOT Rule 25).
Therapy: Individuals preferred.Couples accepted.
Expertise areas: Antisocial & narcissistic personality disorders; aggression; court-ordered populations;trauma survivors (sexual, physical, emotional abuse; PTSD--veterans, gang members);sexual problems(sex offenses--contact, non-contact,coercion, internet);depression;anxiety; Bipolar Disorder; relationship adjustment (particularly involving personality disordered partner).
Insurance Accepted: Health Partners, Cigna, Aetna, Medica, United Behavioral Health, BCBS, Medicare, Medicaid, UCARE