Dr. Barlow graduated from the University of Tennessee Knoxville in March 1973 in Clinical Psychology. Outside the University he has maintained a continuous private practice in Knoxville since 1974, working primarily with adults and adolescents. His practice consists primarily of intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy, brief psychotherapy, couples therapy and consultations working within the full range of Axis I and Axis II diagnoses. He also has served as a consultant to the following agencies; The Haslam Center, an adolescent psychiatric program, the Regional Diagnostic Center at Knox County Juvenile Court, Morristown Mental Health Center, Morristown, Tennessee, and The Florence Crittenton Agency.
Larry F. Brown
Dr. Brown received his doctorate from the University of Tennessee. His internship was at Topeka State Hospital, where he worked chiefly with adolescents on a long-term inpatient unit. The internship had a prominent assessment emphasis, with some of the training through the Menninger Clinic. He subsequently worked for many years at an adolescent residential treatment facility, where for a time he was clinical director. Currently he has an outpatient practice, more or less equal parts assessment and psychotherapy. His patients are primarily adolescents and young adults.
Guy M. Edlis
Dr. Edlis earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Tennessee Knoxville in 2008, following an internship at Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Hospital in Boston. He came to the University of Tennessee to pursue his doctoral training after completing his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Tel-Aviv University. Since 2008 he has been in private practice in Knoxville. In his psychological testing work, Dr. Edlis has particular interest in assessment of personality, psychopathology, differential diagnosis, psychoeducational (e.g. LD), and attentional (e.g. ADHD).
Alden E. Gaertner, Ph.D. earned her doctorate from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Clinical Psychology. She completed her internship training and postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Living, Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut. Much of her formal training has been in the assessment and treatment of adults suffering from severe mood disorders, psychosis, and personality pathology. In her current clinical practice, she specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, adjustment and relationship issues in adults, adolescents, and children. Additionally, Dr. Gaertner performs psychodiagnostic and psychoeducational assessment with adults, adolescents, and children.
Dr. Gibbons received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus in 1987, following an internship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Bronx Psychiatric Center; and completed her two year post-doctoral fellowship on the Borderline Unit at New York Hospital/Cornell Westchester in 1989. Since moving to Knoxville in 1989 she has supervised in the clinical doctoral program at UT, worked for 14 years as the Clinical Director of the Girls...