Podcast | Practice of Medicine | April 30, 2020

Fireside Chat: How Anxiety and Depression Have Changed in Our Patient Population

In this podcast, SMA President Dr. Philip Hartman and licensed therapist Jaclyn Replogle discuss how anxiety and depression have changed in the patient population throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and how providers might assist those patients. In addition, coping techniques, methods, and resources for both patients and healthcare providers are detailed.

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Jaclyn Replogle lives in Independence, Kentucky and is married to her husband, Jason. They have two boys, Beeckett and Brooks and enjoying taking walks in the woods by their house. Jaclyn became licensed to provide therapy in the state of Kentucky by earning both her bachelor and master’s degrees from Northern Kentucky University.  She then completed 200 hours of supervision in order to master different therapy modules, diagnosis and treatment techniques for diverse populations of patients.  She is certified in cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, cognitive processing therapy and  acceptance and commitment therapy. 

She works hard to impact and improve the lives of adolescents and adults through building relationships, providing education and counseling. Through a collaborative approach to therapy she works to build upon her patients strengths and raise their level of awareness to ineffective behaviors and distorted thought patterns. She has actively worked with depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders and trauma. With further specialization as a trauma clinician, she holds experience in both child development and adult mental health disorders.