PsyD., Clinical Psychology, Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
ADHD, Borderline Personality, Codependency, Emotional Disturbance, Grief, Marital and Premarital, Relationship Issues, Spirituality, Bipolar Disorder, Child or Adolescent, Coping Skills, Family Conflict, Life Coaching, Parenting and Self Esteem
Children (6-10), Preteens/Tweens (11 to 13), Adolescents/Teenagers (14-19), Adults (18+) and Elders (65+)
About Neva Hagedorn:
Neva Hagedorn is a licensed clinical social worker with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. She completed her PsyD in 2014 at Union Institute & University in Cincinnati, Ohio and earned both her undergraduate degree and MSW at Indiana University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Dr. Hagedorn operates from a client centered approach, with the mission of helping patients to live happy and fulfilled lives by developing improved ways to experience and manage life’s stressors. Her focus is on awareness rooted in non-judgment and total self-acceptance, emphasizing a whole person health approach, which incorporates mind, body, and spirit in working towards patients’ desired results.
Bringing over ten years of clinical experience, her areas of specialty include depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, and relationship problems between adults, children, and families. Treatment modalities include individuals, families, and groups. Dr. Hagedorn is excited to share her academic, professional, and clinical experience with the progressive team of Osman Clinic & Associates, which provides clinical and psychiatric care. Call today to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Hagedorn’s clinical and doctoral training focused on cultural competency, working with diverse populations, with emphasis on a holistic approach to healing. This inclusive training incorporates mind, body, and spirit towards achieving client centered results. She brings this well-grounded mental health paradigm to her practice with Osman Clinic & Associates, which provides clinical and psychiatric care.
Her clinical experience has been focused on forensic psychology, integrated community mental health, and developmental psychology, while her research has focused primarily on issues related to prison reentry and interfacing psychological and ecological system factors impacting social outcomes. As an introduction to these arguably greatest social issues of this century, Hagedorn spent two years working with the Indiana Women’s Prison and over one year directing a prison reentry program in Indianapolis.