Dr. Warren Jackson
Warren Jackson, PhD, ABPP
Dr. Jackson is a licensed psychologist and board-certified in clinical neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He received his undergraduate degree from Georgia Tech and was awarded his PhD in medical/clinical psychology from LSU in 1994, after which he completed a two-year residency in clinical neuropsychology and medical rehabilitation research (NIH Research Service Award) in the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Since then, he has worked in large academic medical centers and small boutique private practice. Dr. Jackson has enjoyed a productive academic career, teaching various graduate-level classes and contributing over 30 papers, book chapters, and abstracts to the research literature; however, he is happiest in private practice. He prides himself on his accessibility and his unhurried individualized approach to meeting the needs of each patient.
Dr. Jackson provides comprehensive Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for a variety of adult concerns including stress effects on health and well-being, cognitive difficulty, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and addictive and impulsive behavior disorders. For over 25 years, he has provided comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological testing to assist in diagnosis, treatment planning, and determination of disability/readiness to return to work and/or need for reasonable accommodations. He has conducted neuropsychological testing for neuropsychiatric disorders including ADHD, dementia, head injury, and stroke. He offers specialized services for executives/professionals undergoing stressors and for advanced students in college or graduate training.
I am committed to helping you overcome the effects of stress and personal obstacles in your pursuit of excellence via definitive diagnosis, when appropriate, and individually-tailored empirically-validated treatment. I am here to help you become your own “hero.”
Dr. Jackson has worked as an Associate Professor and Director of the Psychology Section in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology at the UAB School of Medicine, in private practice, and as a consultant for Arm Dynamics in treatment outcomes research and Veterans Evaluation Services (VES) as a disability examiner. He co-founded Baylor, Scott & White Medical Psychology Consultants in 2015 as a Health Psychologist in the Department of Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, providing inpatient consultation to the 900+ bed teaching medical center and outpatient follow-up for the trauma and transplant services with the goal of promoting excellence in surgical outcomes. He is now delighted to serve his clients according to the concierge model for provider excellence, access, attentiveness, and flexibility to do what it takes for them to reach their goals.