Dr. Fitzpatrick is a Licensed Psychologist. She earned her Master of Arts degree in clinical child and adolescent psychology from East Carolina University in 2005 and continued on to earn her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2010. She interned at the Albany Psychology Internship Consortium in Albany, New York where she received training at the Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Albany Medical Center acute psychiatric inpatient unit. Dr. Fitzpatrick then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology at the Albany Medical College. Upon returning to Knoxville, she has focused her practice on psychological evaluations for individuals being treated for chronic pain and/or considered for surgery and spinal cord stimulation. She also conducts individual psychotherapy with adults and children. She specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, adjustment disorders and personality disorders.
Dr. Levy, a Psychologist, earned his doctorate in counseling psychology from Indiana University in 2002. He interned at the University of Maryland Counseling Center. Dr. Levy has specialized expertise in the cognitive-behavioral treatment of attention-deficit disorders, anxiety, depression, and other health conditions, as well as performance enhancement interventions for athletes, performing artists, and business people. Of particular note is his expertise in neurotherapy (i.e., EEG neurofeedback), an intervention designed to help individuals learn to self-regulate their mood and attention and concentration processes thru “brain-training.” In addition, Dr. Levy specializes in psychological assessment and testing, including clinical diagnostic testing, comprehensive ADHD testing, pre-surgical psychological evaluations, fitness-for-duty evaluations, forensic evaluations (including child custody), and career assessments (i.e., pre-employment personality testing, career exploration, managerial and leadership evaluations). He is also an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.