SRT Building, 2nd Floor,
#2 Addendum Lane South,
Tel: (441) 295-7766
Fax: (441) 295-0770
Dr. Darrien S. Ray
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Dr. Darrien S. Ray is registered as a clinical psychologist in Bermuda. Prior to joining ADPS he worked in Fort Wayne, Indiana as a licensed psychologist in a community mental health setting. Dr. Ray comes to the island with a broad level of experience in individual, group, and family therapy settings. He employs a client-centred, interpersonal approach that emphasizes building self-esteem, enhancing relational skills, and promoting a balanced, positive lifestyle.
Dr. Ray works with children and adolescents who may struggle with behavioural or emotional problems. He has experience helping families with relational problems and works with parents and children to establish a healthy, positive environment. Dr. Ray works with trauma victims (both adult and children), and has specialized training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Children. He sees adult populations who may have depression or anxiety, or who may have problems with anger management. Dr. Ray also sees individuals with personality disorders who may struggle in their home, social, or work environment.
Dr. Ray received his Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology in Tampa, Florida from the American School of Professional Psychology, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). During his graduate studies, he worked as an intern in a variety of settings including two private practices that specialized in families and children. Dr. Ray was also a therapist at an emotional behavioural disorder (EBD) school, which is a specialized school for children who struggle with intense behaviour or emotional problems.
Dr. Alicia M. Hancock
Dr. Alicia M. Handcock is a registered clinical psychologist in Bermuda. She returned to Bermuda in 2006 and spent her first year at the Employee Assistance Programme of Bermuda before transitioning into private practice in 2007. She has 13 years of clinical experience in the mental health field which includes inpatient psychiatric hospital settings, outpatient services, and various interactions with child protective services and school-based settings. She has a diverse counseling and psychological testing background inclusive of both adults and children.
Dr. A. Hancock received her Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University, and her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology as well as her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and American Psychotherapy Association. Prior to coming to Bermuda, Dr. A. Hancock worked as a therapist at a residential program for children ages 8-13. She conducted individual, group and family therapy and oversaw the programming of the unit. Prior to this, she worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital in which she conducted individual, group and family therapy for children and adults, and conducted intake assessments for patients in crisis. Additionally, she conducted psychoeducational and psychodiagnostic assessments for both adults and children. Aside from therapeutic interventions, Dr. A. Hancock has provided community seminars on a variety of topics.
Dr. A. Hancock’s clinical interests include psychological testing, individual and group therapy. She has worked with victims of trauma, grief/loss, divorce/separation, mood and anxiety disorders, sexual orientation issues, behavioral disorders, ADHD, pervasive developmental disorders, adjustment disorders, and parent-child relationship issues.