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  Dr. LaToya Hampton
Post-Doctoral Resident

Dr. LaToya Hampton comes to Olympic Psychology Services after completing an internship at the Jefferson Center for Mental Health in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. While she awaits the issue of her Washington State license, she is working as a "Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident." She sees out-of-pocket payees for both therapy and psychological testing, but will not be contracted with insurance companies until after her Washington State license is issued.

Dr. LaToya Hampton (she/her) earned her PsyD. and Master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Florida School of Professional Psychology at National Louis University, Tampa, Florida (APA-accredited). Dr. Hampton’s graduate research focused on attachment, parenting styles, and transgenerational trauma of Black women. Dr. Hampton has experience providing crisis assessment, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, individual and group therapy, and program development in both community mental health and hospital settings.


Dr. Hampton enjoys working with both adolescents and adults. She treats anxiety, depression, trauma, interpersonal challenges, and other concerns that affect the intersectionality of cultural and gender-diverse populations. Her therapeutic approach highlights the power and utility of the collaborative therapeutic process, and the biopsychosocial-spiritual model which requires a holistic understanding of the client. Dr. Hampton works from an Interpersonal Process Approach; however, she is flexible in tailoring treatments to the specific needs of each client to create an integrative therapeutic journey. This collaborative journey often includes mind-body integration, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and other evidence-based modalities. Additionally, she is experienced in psychological evaluations, including diagnostic clarification for conditions such as autism, anxiety, ADHD, mood disorders, trauma, and intellectual abilities.


Dr. Hampton’s personal interests include spending time with her family, traveling, enjoying the arts, and learning about other cultures.

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