Dr. Lytal Pichon
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
As a Licensed Psychologist, my goal is to develop a collaborative relationship with my clients to promote growth and a personally satisfying, productive life. I believe the therapeutic relationship I develop with my clients provides the ideal foundation for change. I provide therapy services in both English and Hebrew for Jewish clients. I work within a Cognitive Behavioral and client centered framework in treating my clients, with treatment plans personally tailored to each client to help them face an array of challenges they may be facing. I also believe incorporating health, wellness, and lifestyle changes helps my clients reach their optimal level of psychological functioning. Additionally, I specialize in conducting psychological testing, specifically, psychoeducational evaluations and gifted testing, to assess for learning disorders, ADHD, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, emotional challenges, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents.
I received my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. My experience has provided me with diverse training including treating students at a university student counseling center, working at an inpatient psychiatric unit, providing client-centered group and individual therapy, and performing psychological evaluations including gifted testing, psychoeducational evaluations, and court-ordered psychological evaluations. I completed my Internship at Broward General Medical Center, where I worked throughout the various medical units of the hospital providing treatment to medical patients to help them overcome a variety of mental health challenges and adjusting to medical conditions as well as conducting group therapy in the inpatient psychiatric unit. During my Postdoctoral Residency at Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Assessment and Intervention, I primarily conducted comprehensive psychological and psychoeducational evaluations and provided therapy services to individuals and veterans.
For more information on Dr. Pichon, please see her website: www.drlytalpichon.com.