Finding life’s balance takes creativity and courage.
Pronounced [loh-kah-hee], “Ola Lōkahi” is a Hawaiian term that means the creation of life’s balance through a new convergence of health, spirituality, purpose, family, work and thriving. Pulled through opposition, even hostility, each aspect of an individual’s world plays an equally important part.
RN, MS (N), PsyD
Licensed Registered Nurse, Licensed Supervising Psychologist
As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Keehn has completed numerous clinical training hours under the direction of UTSW and Baylor Medical Center trained psychologists. She completed doctoral-level research at the TWU Stroke Center Dallas and is a published author in the field of psychology. Dr. Keehn presently acts as a consulting psychologist in the UTSW medical center for dementia/ aphasia research. She acted as an assistant director/ clinical supervisor in a nationally accredited APPIC training consortium and currently enjoys her work as a psychology post-doctoral supervisor. Dr. Keehn serves on the Board of Directors of the Telos Project and is Interim Clinical Director 2020-2021 for Donaldson Wellness Center.
Friendly words from our clients
I suffer from several chronic pain conditions and her office is two hours away, so some days I can’t bear the pain of the trip. However, Dr. Keehn does video sessions, so I never have to miss an appointment!
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Starting is easy. Simply contact my office and we will set up a time to meet. During our first session I will be going over what issues you are currently dealing with. After that, we will work together to find the right treatment plan for you..
This depends on the person. However, after we find a medication that sounds like it will work for you, we will have follow up appointments to track how you are doing with that current medication and adjust accordingly.
I work with all ages.
Yes, we accept insurance from most providers. If your insurance is not listed, you can call your provider to see if they will reimburse you for paying out-of-pocket.
That’s no problem at all. Call our office and we can tell you what our out of pocket rate would be.