Licensed Psychologist #PY10509
Dr. Roque earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. She earned her master’s and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida . Dr. Roque is licensed in the state of Florida and also works as the Clinical Director for the Counseling Associates of America.
Dr. Roque works with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, substance abuse, and self-esteem issues, as well as many others. She conducts psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults for a variety of reasons including diagnostic clarification, treatment formulation, clearance for bariatric surgery, ADHD assessment, and intelligence and academic abilities. Dr. Roque also works with criminal courts to complete forensic evaluations of defendants’ competency and mental status at the time of the offense.
Dr. Roque completed her clinical internship with the Broward Sherriff’s Office, North Broward Bureau. Her work there included providing mental health services to inmates with psychiatric disorders, including group and individual therapy, and comprehensive psychological assessments. Dr. Roque is fluent in English and Spanish, and able to provide services in both languages.
– Psychological and Psychoeducation Evaluations
– Bariatric Evaluations
– Forensic Evaluations (e.g., competency and insanity)
– Individual Counseling for Adults and Adolescents
– Couples’ Counseling
– Family Counseling
– Stress Management
– Relaxation Training
– Sexual Orientation
– Societal Stigma
– Adolescent Problems
– Learning Disabilities
– Attention-Deficit Disorder
– Behavioral Problems
– Self-Esteem Problems
– Personal Growth
– Midlife and Retirement Issues
What do you specialize in or focus on in mental health treatment?:
Much of my work as of late is concentrated in psychological evaluations. The evaluations I conduct vary in their purpose, making the work more interesting and challenging. Specifically, I evaluate clients to help clarify diagnoses and treatment recommendations or to assess for difficulties that might be affecting academic functioning and providing recommendations to compensate for and/or treat the particular issues. I also conduct evaluations for the criminal court to assess defendants’ competency to stand trial and/or their mental status at the time of the offense. As one could imagine, all of these evaluations include different types of individuals and problems, and always keep me on my toes!
What do you do in your free time?
I enjoy spending my free time with my family and our dog. And if my very large extended family and their dogs can join, it’s a plus!
Check Out Dr. Roque’s Introduction Video