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Ndiya NkonghoPsychotherapist

Licensed Psychologist, Georgia Board of Psychology Examiners, License No. 3297

Licensed Psychologist, State of New York #017372

Welcome to My Psychotherapy Practice

Do you have a question that you’re afraid to ask because of what you might learn about your life? Do you feel as though your mental and physical health are out of balance? Bold questions can force you to address challenging and possibly frightening issues, but you don’t have to face them alone. As a clinical psychologist, I offer psychotherapy and consultation, focusing on the areas of identity, coping, and resilience in the face of trauma and loss. My goal is to help you access, enhance, and integrate your physical and mental health so that you live intentionally, joyfully, and passionately.

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About Ndiya Nkongho

Dr. Nkongho earned her doctorate from Georgia State University and completed her internship and postdoctoral training at Vanderbilt University and Columbia University, respectively. She has also served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at The Catholic University of America (Washington, DC). Dr. Nkongho presently serves as a clinical supervisor to psychiatry residents at Emory University and to psychology students at Georgia State University. She maintains current licensure in Georgia, New York, and Ontario (Canada).

Education and Certifications

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Georgia State University, 2006

M.S. Clinical Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2006

A.B. with Honors,

Religious Studies, Brown University, 1999

A.B. Psychology, Brown University, 1999

Psychotherapy with Me

Rather than deeming themselves depressed or anxious, my clients generally describe themselves in one of two ways: (1) feeling a sense of being stuck in a rut, or (2) seeing themselves at a crossroads and being stuck in a rut, or (2) seeing themselves at a cross-roads and being unsure of their next step. I work with adolescents (starting at 13 years of age) and adults. People in relationships (some married, some not) also come to me, asking: Do we have to live with this problem or fix it? How do we deal with this challenge we’re going through?

Supervision and Consultation

In addition to seeing clients, I am honored to serve as a clinical supervisor/consultant to other mental health professionals who are deepening their own clinical work.

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