With over 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Jocelyn specializes in addiction: drug and alcohol, prescription medication, withdrawal and long term recovery. She also works with people coping with PTSD. For years she has been called on to consult by other clinicians to support their work with their patients. Dr. Jocelyn uses a person-centered approach with her patients and incorporates adjunctive treatments and activities.
Currently, Dr. Jocelyn has openings in her private practice located in Westchester County, NY. She works with adults in independent and assisted living settings.
For more than two decades, Dr. Jocelyn has held clinical and leadership positions at several health facilities including:
Director at the adolescent and young adult program at Innovative Health Systems, Inc.
Clinical psychologist with CHE, adult home for the persistently mentally ill.
Social worker at Home Health Plus, Inc. and Jansen Hospice and Palliative Care, two home care and hospice agencies.
Dr. Jocelyn received her training from California School of Professional Psychology in Berkeley, California.
Click HERE to review Dr. Jocelyn's article "What's Down Doc?", written as part of her dissertation, which focused on biopsychosocial factors related to long-term Benzodiazepine use.
Dr. Jocelyn would like to express sincere gratitude for the guidance, patience and support of Dr. Davis Y. Ja, Ph.D., Chairperson of the Dissertation Committee at the California School of Professional Psychology, 1998.