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Dr. Julie Kraus Hideg
Dr. Hideg was raised in Paducah, Kentucky. She earned a Masters degree in General Theoretical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from The University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology. She completed an APA-accredited internship at Florida State Hospital where she specialized in forensic evaluations and treatment. She completed postdoctoral hours at Seven Counties Services in Louisville, Kentucky where she specialized in Sexual Offender Treatment and treatment of survivors of traumatic experiences. Dr. Hideg is licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in Kentucky and treats clients (teens and adults) from the Paducah area with a wide variety of diagnoses and treatment issues.
Dayne is a native of Paducah and has been practicing locally for over 12 years. He earned his Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Murray State University and is licensed as a psychological practitioner. Dayne treats child, adolescent, and adult clients using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. He has specialized training and experience working with victims of abuse, domestic violence, and other types of trauma. Dayne also provides treatment for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, various phobias, panic disorder, grief, PTSD, relationship issues, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, adjustment disorders, and issues related to foster care placement and adoption. Prior to entering private practice, Dayne provided therapeutic services at a local community mental health center, a non-profit therapeutic foster care agency, and a non-profit children’s advocacy center. He has specialized training and experience providing treatment to child, adolescent, and adult victims of trauma and abuse.
Janey has been counseling in Western Kentucky for over 8 years. She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Transylvania University and her Master’s degree in Expressive Therapies and Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University. She is licensed professional clinical counselor. Janey treats child, adolescent, and adult clients using a humanistic, strengths based approach. She has specialized training and experience working with victims of abuse, depression, and anxiety. Before joining Psychological Associates, Janey provided therapeutic services at a non-profit therapeutic foster care agency, a non-profit children’s advocacy center, and a family counseling center.
What is Psychological Treatment?
What is Psychological Associates of Paducah?
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Defiance/Oppositional behavior
- Adjustment to parental divorce, death, moving, birth of sibling, school
- Learning difficulties
- Social problems
- Conduct problems
- Sleep disturbances
- Low self-esteem
- Traumatic experiences
- Sexual problems
- Relationship difficulties
- Grief and loss
- Gender Issues
- Mental Health
- Bariatric surgery evaluations
- Employment including fitness to return to duty
- Drug and alcohol
- School referred evaluations
What will happen the first time I visit Psychological Associates of Paducah?
- Call to schedule an appointment
- Please arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled appointment
- Complete paperwork and provide insurance information
- Sessions are approximately 50 minutes
- Discussion will focus on gathering background information and the presenting problem
- A treatment plan will be discussed
- Most importantly, during the first visit your needs should be expressed and understood in order to have desirable outcomes. It is our goal to help you.
Are Psychological services covered by insurance?
In most cases, yes. Coverage will vary and it is important to contact your carrier to determine your coverage.
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2315 Broadway St.
Paducah, KY 42001
Psychological Associates of Paducah
Paducah, KY 42001