Breakout Session: Supporting Families During Divorce and Custody Battles
1:50 PM - 3:20 PM Wed
Dr. Kroll completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Women's Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. She then completed her Master's and Doctoral degrees in the Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience department at Baylor University, where she became interested in integrative healthcare models. During her training, she also developed a passion for working with service members and Veterans at the Waco VA hospital. She then completed pre-doctoral internship training at the UT-Austin Counseling and Mental Health Center, where she focused on treating trauma and applying mindfulness principles to mental and physical well-being. After completing her doctoral degree, she briefly remained on staff at the UT-CMHC before returning to the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System in Temple, TX. In addition to her work with Veterans, she mentored and supervised doctoral psychology interns, master's level social work interns, and psychiatry residents. She also served as Adjunct Professor at Texas A&M/Scott & White Medical School. Dr. Kroll then moved to East Texas and worked at the Charles Wilson VA Outpatient Clinic in Lufkin. She began her private practice in 2009 in Georgetown, TX, and expanded to full-time practice in April 2014 in Nacogdoches. She continues to dedicate time to serving our nation's heroes and advocates for Veterans' issues locally and statewide.