Chrissy Stabler, Ph.D.

  • Speciality: Dr. Chrissy Stabler specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with difficulties secondary to Developmental Disability or Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Dr. Chrissy Stabler specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with difficulties secondary to Developmental Disability or Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Her clinical work emphasizes the use of empirically supported, evidence-based approaches to assessment and treatment with children, adolescents, and adults, including concerns with emotion regulation, social skills, and anxiety.   In addition, Dr. Stabler works with emerging adults and women.

Dr. Stabler offers individual and group intervention within a cognitive-behavioral framework to help individuals overcome struggles in a variety of areas including worry/anxiety, depression, stress, women’s issues, and emotional difficulties associated with medical conditions.  Dr. Stabler works closely with medical and educational providers to ensure a multidisciplinary and integrated treatment approach.  She is licensed in Louisiana and Florida.

Dr. Stabler received her Ph.D. from The University of Southern Mississippi in Clinical Psychology.  Part of her training was completed at Baylor College of Medicine where she worked as part of the consultation and liaison team at Ben Taub General Hospital.  While at Baylor, she also worked at DePelchin Children’s Center.  Her work there included evaluation and treatment of children and families who have been exposed to trauma and children who have been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Dr. Stabler spent most of her early career working at an outpatient group practice in New Orleans, Louisiana.  She also spent time consulting with schools across the New Orleans area on classroom behavior management, and she worked as part of Student Assistant Teams to address child specific difficulties.  She has returned to Florida to continue her work at Family Psychology Associates, in their office in Safety Harbor.

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