Specializations: Psychosis, mood disorders, anxiety, and anger management
Years in Practice: 10
Bachelors: The Ohio State University, 2002
Doctorate: Argosy University, 2007
Internship: Pilgrim Psychiatric Center, 2007 General Psychiatry, Harbor UCLA Medical Center, 1998
Dr. McCormick provides counseling for adults and psychological assessments for all ages. Dr. McCormick utilizes Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, and Object Relations therapies, as well as Psycho-education to assist his clients. His psychological assessments focus on the following: Intellectual, Personality, Diagnostic, and Competency. Dr. McCormick has always had a strong desire to help others, who felt lost and out of place. Being able to see a client grow in therapy brings ultimate joy to his work.
Years in Practice: 4
Undergraduate: University of Oklahoma, BS
Medical: University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, 2012
Residency: General Psychiatry, Griffin Memorial Hospital, 2016
Affiliations: Phi Betta Kappa Society
Dr. Scoggin performs diagnostic reviews and medication management. As a General Psychiatrist, Dr. Scoggin is skilled with a vast mastery of mental health knowledge and has taken her expertise oversees to countries such as Uganda and headed initiatives in women’s heath and community development. Not only is Dr. Scoggin a member of the oldest and most prestigious honor society, a published researcher on auditory information extraction, she is also an avid traveler and volleyball player.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Specializations: Trauma, Anxiety, and Developing Emotional Intelligence
Years in Practice: 6
Bachelors: University of California, Santa Barbara,
Masters: Cal State Los Angeles, 2012
My goal is to ensure that each person I meet with will understand their behavioral health condition and identify techniques to be successful in overcoming any impairments. Often times when facing challenges with our emotional health, we become convinced that we are hopeless. While no amount of therapy can change someone’s lived experiences, in therapy we work to understand the meaning of these events and provide you with tools to determine the direction you want your life to take. Our sessions will include theoretical techniques and literature, while including practical solutions that can be used in everyday situations. I would love to assist you in taking the first step in a journey to improve the quality of your life and/or relationships.
Specialty: General Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Sub-specialty: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Years in Practice: 19
Undergraduate: University of California, Berkeley, BA
Medical: Howard University College of Medicine, 1994
Residency: General Psychiatry, Harbor UCLA Medical Center, 1998
Fellowship: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Harbor UCLA Medical Center, 2000
Board Certification: Psychiatry & Neurology – Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Professional Affiliations: Vines Medical Society, National Medical Association, Network of Ethnic Physicians
Dr. Kotomori performs diagnostic interviews and medication management. As a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, he is an expert in diagnosis and treatment of disorders in toddlers to adults. Dr. Kotomori has a great deal of experience with Cultural Issues and how they may affect the presentation, course and treatment of psychiatric conditions. Dr. Kotomori believes in using medications efficiently and effectively to address psychiatric disorders. He emphasizes patient education and other proven therapeutic interventions equally to achieve symptom resolution, increase insight and promote general health and contentment.