Dr. Ragsdale meets the client "where they are" with a combination of Cognitive-Behavioral and Experiential modalities. His comprehensive approach helps clients better understand their thinking patterns and assumptions, change their behavior responses, and release and heal their emotional states.
Dr. Ragsdale uses many techniques with couples to improve communication, identify fears,
mediate solutions, and enhance reconciliation, which leads the couple toward a renewed and reconnected relationship. He brings experience from his own marriage of 48 years to each session.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is a proven technique to help those experiencing insomnia. Complete details are available on my web page
Dr. Ragsdale holds a Masters Degree from Georgia State University in Counseling and a Ph.D. degree from La Salle University in Psychology. He has 15 years of experience as a full time and Adjunct Professor of Psychology teaching Human Development, Social Psychology, Psychology of Adjustment at Clayton State University. Dr. Ragsdale has earned a number of special certifications including, Emotional Trauma and PTSD, Clinical Hypnosis, Domestic Violence, Grief and Loss, Thought Field Therapy Level II, Breath Therapy, TheoPhostic Christian Counseling, Reflexology, Reiki Master, Marriage Enrichment, Divorce Meditation, and Positive Parenting.