Dr. Carrie Rogers is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with an emphasis in Health Psychology. She specializes in working with individuals with chronic health conditions, chronic work stress or burnout, relationship issues, people going through a divorce coping with the aftermath of a divorce (or end of a significant relationship) , depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, cancer, grief and loss. Dr. Rogers has a unique skill set in differential diagnosis and substantial experience working with clients who have previously been misdiagnosed. She primarily works with adults utilizing an integrative, compassionate, empirically-supported and client-centered approach. In addition, she has specialized training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Dr. Rogers graduated with honors, with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, from the University of California, Davis (UCD). She completed her Master’s degree in Psychology in 2007. Dr. Rogers completed her Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree in Clinical Psychology, from the APA-accredited California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP). CSPP is well-known in the professional community and highly acclaimed for it’s focus on developing highly-skilled clinicians, with research backgrounds.
During the process of becoming a licensed Psychologist, Dr. Rogers completed 6 years of supervised training in various settings across the continuum of care. These settings included: UC Davis, Kaiser Permanente, Aegis Medical Systems, Center Unified School District, Wellspring - CRC Health group, Yolo County outpatient services, and Anka Behavioral Health. Dr. Rogers completed her Postdoctoral Residency at North Valley Behavioral Health - Solano Psychiatric Health Facility and Anka Behavioral Health. During her residency she worked at crisis residential facilities and inpatient psychiatric facilities where she served on teams of interdisciplinary healthcare professionals.
After completing her Postdoctoral residency, she become the Clinical Administrator for a crisis residential facility with Anka Behavioral Health, Inc. Upon licensure, she also became the Clinical Supervisor for the site and it’s trainees. In 2011, Dr. Rogers accepted an offer to contract as an attending clinician at an inpatient psychiatric facility, North Valley Behavioral Health. There, she became a credentialed member of the medical staff for approximately 5 years, until she decided to leave to pursue full time private practice. In addition, she contracted as a Consulting Psychologist for Priorities, Inc. where she led a team of interdisciplinary staff members and adjunctive therapists for approximately 6 years. Furthermore, between 2013 and 2015, Dr. Rogers subcontracted with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to provide pre-employment psychological evaluations. There, she completed several hundred pre-employment psychological evaluations of peace officer applicants.
Dr. Rogers is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Association for Contextual and Behavioral Sciences (ACBS), California Psychological Association (CPA), and Sacramento Valley Psychological Association (SVPA). She continues to further her education and areas of expertise by attending conferences, conventions, workshops, and participating in regular consultation groups. She values involvement with her community and professional organizations. From January 2014 - December 2018 she served on the Board of Directors for the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association in various leadership roles. In 2018 she was elected by other Psychologists in the state of California to serve on the Board of Directors for the California Psychological Association for a 3 year term.
In her spare time, Dr. Rogers enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and traveling to new places.