Dr. Jan Everhart Newman is a clinical psychologist who specializes in providing evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatment for trauma and PTSD, ADHD and behavioral concerns, anxiety and mood disorders, and interpersonal and relationship difficulties. Jan has been trained to work with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, couples, and group treatment. She is an expert in working with children and adolescents with PTSD and co-occurring behavioral problems including problematic sexual behavior, conducting both treatment and assessment. Jan also conducts evaluations relating to learning, attention, motivation, psychological disorders, personality, and risk.
Jan also enjoys working with high-achieving professionals on managing career challenges, work-life balance/parenting, and career transitions. As a former corporate attorney in a large law firm, she understands how hard it is to find a provider who really “gets it”.
Jan emphasizes a strengths-based interpersonal approach with her clients. She emphasizes the role of resilience, compassion, and fun in enhancing quality of life and maintaining healthy relationships.
J.D. from UNC-Chapel Hill
Published researcher & professor in nationally-ranked clinical psychology doctoral program
Worked in a variety of mental health settings: Academic Medical Centers, Community Mental Health Centers, Residential Treatment Programs, Inpatient Psychiatric Units
Former corporate attorney with an American Lawyer 100 law firm
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