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Anna Thomas, PhD
Dr. Anna Thomas is a Licensed Psychologist who provides individual and couples’ therapy to older adolescents and adults. She is passionate about helping people from all backgrounds and is committed to utilizing a collaborative and individualized treatment approach based on one’s specific needs and goals. Dr. Thomas works with patients experiencing a range of difficulties including those who are struggling with anxiety, mood, stress and life transitions. She is also uniquely trained in health psychology. Throughout her career, she has worked with individuals coping with a host of medical issues including cancer, women’s issues, HIV, irritable bowel disease, diabetes, chronic pain and burn injury. She has also worked extensively with caregivers and patients’ families. Dr. Thomas has received specialized training in sexuality and working with perinatal and LGBT issues. She also holds a certificate in the specialty of Maternal Mental Health from Postpartum Support International. Dr. Thomas completed her doctoral training and APA-accredited internship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where she worked with adolescents and adults across a variety of clinical settings. She received additional training during a postdoctoral fellowship at Baylor University Medical Center in the Department of Ob-Gyn. Previously, she received her bachelor’s degree in Plan II Honors and English from the University of Texas at Austin and a master’s degree in Psychology from Hunter College in New York City.
Articles by Anna Thomas, PhD
Are Hookups Healthy?
Are casual hookups healthy? Dr. Anna Thomas shares the benefits and drawbacks of casual hookups and explores how to know if casual hookups are healthy for you.
A Psychologist's Top 5 Reactive Strategies To Relieve Stress
Stress Awareness Month highlights the importance of learning strategies to relieve stress that actually work. Read to learn a Psychologist's top 5 tips for stress relief.