is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. She obtained her doctorate in Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology from the University
of North Texas in 1989.She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from SFASU, and a Bachelor’s
degree in Psychology andSociology from Baker University. Dr. Hendrickson has specialized training in eating
disorders and obesity, as well as stress management.
She has worked in the Mid-Cities area for 28 years in hospital,
clinic, private practice, and corporate settings.She has also worked forthe Federal
Emergency Management Agency as a Stress Management Specialist.She has extensive experience and training
in individual and group therapy, consulting services, and program design and development for medical and psychological issues. Dr. Hendrickson offers cognitive-behavioral
treatment geared towards short-term, structured interventions for adult psychology issues, behavioral medicine/health psychology
disorders, and corporate psychology issues. Dr. Hendrickson focuses on teaching concrete, behavioral, goal-oriented skills
that can be easily transferred outside of therapy. Her therapeutic style is action-oriented and results-oriented.
Talking is great - but action is better.
Dr. Hendrickson is actively involved in her community. She won Hurst's Citizen of
the Year for the Women's Safety Awareness and Self-Defense Program she developed in partnership with the Hurst Police
Department. She mentored high school students at L.D. Bell High School for several years, and has been recognized for her
volunteer work in educating parents, students and school districts in recognizing the warning signs of and responding
to suicide and homocide in schools.
Eating disorders - anorexia, bulimia, and obesity
panic, and phobic disorders
Depression and bereavement
Relationship/marital issues and divorce recovery
Women's issues - coping with infertility, PMS, aging, cancer, etc.