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Dr. Alban Foulser is a licensed clinical psychologist. She provides individualized,
evidence-based treatment for adults with mental health concerns related to
anxiety, trauma, depression, and women’s mental health, including:

  •  Trauma and PTSD

  •  Reproductive mental health (during or after pregnancy):

    •  Anxiety

    • Depression

    • Intrusive or scary thoughts

    • Birth trauma

    • Coping with infertility

    • Coping with loss and grief

  •  Anxiety:

    • Generalized anxiety and worry

    • Social anxiety

    • Panic

    • Specific fears/phobias

  •  Obsessive compulsive disorder

  •  Depression


Dr. Foulser uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, including treatments such as
exposure therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Cognitive
Processing Therapy. She uses a warm, empathetic, and trauma-informed
approach combined with these evidence-based treatments to support you in
making meaningful changes in your life.
Her treatment approach is flexible and
individualized so that your treatment plan and sessions are tailored to meet your
specific needs.
Dr. Foulser completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at The
University of Texas at Austin. During graduate school, Dr. Foulser was trained in
different forms of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, including Acceptance and
Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Prolonged Exposure
Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD, Exposure and Response
Prevention for OCD, and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for depression.
Through advanced clinical training in a wide variety of settings, Dr. Foulser
gained experience treating individuals with anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD,
OCD, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders. During this time, Dr.
Foulser also conducted research on assessments and interventions for PTSD,
stigma related to mental illness, and compassion-based interventions for shame.

Dr. Foulser went on to complete her clinical internship at Emory University,
where she received training at Grady Memorial Hospital focused on trauma,
depression, psychosis, suicidal ideation, and health-related concerns. She also

received training in treatments for people experiencing reproductive mental
health concerns during and following pregnancy. Dr. Foulser went on to complete
her postdoctoral residency at Emory University, where she specialized further in
trauma and women’s mental health within Grady Memorial Hospital.
Following postdoctoral residency, Dr. Foulser joined the Atlanta VA Medical
Center as a staff psychologist treating Veterans with PTSD and substance use
disorders. She is committed to staying up to date with the latest evidence to
inform her clinical practice.

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