Dr. Randall works with adult clients in the Anxiety Center.
About Dr. Randall
Dr. Randall is licensed psychologist at EBTCS in the Anxiety Center. She has advanced training and specialization in the treatment of anxiety and related disorders and comes to EBTCS with considerable prior training in the treatment of anxiety across multiple clinical settings.
Dr. Randall received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Washington. After graduation she worked for two years as a Client Services Coordinator for the Anxiety Center at EBTCS before attending graduate school. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Pacific University in Oregon and completed her pre-doctoral clinical psychology internship at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center.
Dr. Randall has substantial training and experience in evidence-based treatments for anxiety and related disorders. During her graduate training she was a member of an anxiety-focused treatment team that included specialized training in cognitive-behavioral treatments for social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and compulsive hoarding and acquiring. She also received specialized training in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD during her internship year at the VA. In addition, she has training and experience working with mindfulness and acceptance-based treatment modalities. Dr. Randall’s interest in anxiety disorders also extended to her graduate research, which focused on brief acceptance-based treatments for social anxiety.
In addition to her primary focus on anxiety disorders, Dr. Randall’s background includes experience with treatments for substance abuse, adjustment to disability, grief, and depression. She has a strong clinical interest in treating individuals using substances to cope with anxiety. She previously worked as a research assistant and peer therapist at the University of Washington on studies examining the use of brief Motivational Interviewing (MI) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills-based interventions for college drinking behaviors.
Dr. Randall is a member of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), Association for Contextual Behavior Sciences (ACBS), and Western Psychological Association (WPA).