Managed by Lambert Psychology, PLLC
Great Life Counseling Center
646-653-4522 (Business Cell)
Blair Kenney, Psy.D. is a Texas licensed psychologist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults using an integrative approach that can be tailored to fit an individual’s needs and environment. She works to apply evidence-based treatment methods within a supportive environment that draws upon an individual’s natural strengths.
Dr. Kenney enjoys working with individuals of all ages with issues related to relationship difficulties, parenting skills, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, oppositional behavior, learning disabilities and ADHD, and life transition concerns. In addition to therapy, she conducts psycho-educational assessments to address concerns regarding learning difficulties and/or attention issues.
Educational and Career Background
Dr. Kenney received her doctoral degree from the APA-accredited and NASP-approved School-Clinical Child Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, where she worked with children and adolescents across a variety of clinical settings. She has specialized training in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), including DBT for children and adolescents; cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); and parent management training. Dr. Kenney has also received specialized training in OCD and related disorders through the International OCD Foundation, and she is currently a member of the consultation group "DFW OCD Treatment Specialists" (DOTS). Prior to graduate school, she completed a fellowship in early childhood development and early childhood education through the Yale Child Study Center and Calvin Hill Daycare Center. She also spent a year studying learning disabilities as a research assistant at the Yale School of Medicine.
Dr. Kenney completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Galaxy Counseling Center, where she worked with children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Kenney’s training has provided her with invaluable opportunities to work with individuals of various ages and presenting problems. She has experience providing individual and family therapy, as well as psychological assessments. Dr. Kenney is Great Life Counseling Center's Assistant Director of Training and the primary supervisor for one of Great Life Counseling Center's postdoctoral fellows, Nicole Fisher, Psy.D. She also serves as secretary for the executive committee of the Collin County Psychological Association.