Dr. Jane Floyd, a Clinical Psychologist is located in Durham, NC. Dr. Floyd specializes in helping clients struggling with emotional pain and to understand how one's thinking and behaviors are often linked together. If we "think" we are a failure, we find ways to validate that thinking. Working from a place of uncovering your strengths, we work together to decrease challenging symptoms and find fulfillment, growth and joy in life.
Many of Dr. Floyd’s clients have experienced traumatic events, the loss of a loved one, or are struggling with life and career transitions. Dr. Floyd aids in providing tools and to identify actions to cope with these changes. Her approach to therapy stems from the mind-body connection utilizing evidence-based approaches and believes that healing occurs in ones emotional and physical aspects of life. In teaching and collaborating with clients, you will begin to implement effective self-care strategies, increase resiliency and grow in your capacity to cope with challenges.
Additionally, she works together with clients to identify and decrease negative patterns in your life. Her goal is to instill a sense of personal growth. Life will inevitably present challenges yet a challenge can be viewed as a catalyst for healthy change. Dr. Floyd earned her MA and PsyD from Argosy University and completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at Duke Integrative Medicine. She describes this time as one in which she fully learned the value of treating the "whole person" and has experience supporting clients across a wide variety of clinical settings.
Before becoming a psychologist, she worked in the technology and organizational change field for many years. From her life experiences, she brings an approachable, warm style to sessions with clients.