Dr. Anderson is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Houston, Texas. Her specialties include depression, anxiety, loss, addictions, life enhancement, sexuality and relationship issues. Dr. Anderson
also specializes in sport psychology. She works closely with athletes, teams and sport organizations, to elevate the mental aspects that
are key to improving performance, outlook and their overall game.
Dr. Anderson is currently the aftercare coordinator in Houston for Willingway Hospital, specializing in the treatment of alchoholism and drug addiction. She is currently the sport consultant for Plex as well
as Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Institute. Both of these facilities are nationally recognized in sport performance and rehabilitation and are utilized by athletes at all levels from across the United States.
Dr. Anderson earned her B.S. in psychology, summa cum laude, and graduated with honors from Oklahoma State University with a Ph.D.
in Counseling Psychology. She completed her residency and post-doctoral residency in clinical psychology at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. Dr. Anderson is a professor teaching a variety of psychology courses at Houston Community College since 1992. She is also a retired professional athlete. She was quarterback for the 3-time champion Houston Energy, Houston’s women’s professional football team, from 2000-2003.

Dr. Anderson has been a speaker at a variety of conferences and workshops where she shares her professional knowledge along with her own life experiences helping to motivate people to achieve their personal goals. She has been the keynote speaker at numerous breakfast clubs and luncheons speaking in detail about various topics such as sport psychology, stress management, and the importance of heightening physical and mental awareness. She has also appeared as an on-air (television and radio) guest speaker covering specific topics such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, loss, divorce, sexuality and relationships.

Her personal interests include playing flag football, tennis, golf and scuba diving. Currently, she is a Major in the Texas Medical Rangers,
a medical unit in the Texas State Guard trained to respond to natural and man-made disaster events in Texas.