Dr. Denise Crockett is a Certified Trauma Treatment Specialist. She wants to help those with the most critical and sensitive issues by providing them with skills so that they can be confident in their everyday lives.
Dr. Crockett specializes in complex PTSD, battered women's syndrome, bullying, and sexual trauma in children. She works with clients who have been victims of assault and battery, abandonment issues from childhood, sexual abuse, accidents that cause TBI and PTSD, etc.
Crockett Assessment and Trauma Services provides a welcoming atmosphere so clients can feel physically and emotionally safe while discussing their trauma. Dr. Crockett conducts assessments to diagnose and treat patients, provide art, somatic, and group therapy services.
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