Andrew Yarborough, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (#1161)
Dr. Yarborough attended Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA, where he graduated with a Doctor of Psychology degree. He moved to Baton Rouge in 2008 to complete his pre-doctoral internship with the Southern Louisiana Internship Consortium, which is comprised of LSU's Student Health Center and ELMHS (Jackson, LA). He was licensed as a psychologist in 2011. Dr. Yarborough has worked for Louisiana's Office of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities as a staff psychologist and as the Associate Clinical Director of [formerly] North Lake Supports and Services Center in Hammond, LA. He has been an executive pastor on staff at a local church and has also worked extensively with pastors and lay leaders to engage the church in spiritual formation and leadership development. Dr. Yarborough has worked with people across the lifespan in a variety of settings, including children, adults, married couples, families, and geriatric adults in outpatient, inpatient, intermediate care, and church settings. Dr. Yarborough approaches diagnosis (which means "to understand as thoroughly as one can") and treatment by paying attention to how the physical, psychological, social/cultural, and spiritual aspects of a person interact and contribute to the presenting issues as well as how these aspects promote healing and growth.
Melody Yarborough, MSN, APRN, BC
Melody earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mississippi College in 2003. From there, she attended Vanderbilt University where she earned her Master of Science in Nursing as a family nurse practitioner. She has over 10 years of experience prescribing psychotropic medications in clinical settings in Virginia and Louisiana. Melody enjoys working with patients across the lifespan and focuses on the treatment of depression, anxiety, and ADHD.
Andrew Magers, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (#1431)
Dr. Magers attended Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, where he graduated with his doctorate in clinical psychology. He completed his doctoral internship at Salina Regional Health Center in Salina, KS, a semi-rural hospital system. He then moved to Baton Rouge in 2016 to finish his licensing requirements with the state of LA. Dr. Magers has extensive experience working with college students, helping them with stage of life issues, identity development, and anxiety and depression. Additionally, he has worked with children, young adolescents, adults, and older adults on issues ranging from situational stress to severe mental health concerns. Dr. Magers focuses on the concepts of shame, unhelpful thinking, and spiritually related issues in therapy. He has also received considerable training in psychological and neurocognitive assessment and performs the majority of assessment procedures at The Well Clinic.
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