Dr. Kathleen Broughan
Founder & Executive Director
Dr. Kathleen Broughan is a clinical and sport psychologist, licensed in South Carolina and Tennessee.
has over 25 years of professional experience, including seven years of EAP practice.
After earning her PhD from the University of Tennessee, she began her professional career with the Helen Ross McNabb Mental Health Center.
She subsequently founded Child and Adult Clinical Associates, a large private practice she owned and managed for over ten years.
has worked with a wide variety of client populations, including adults, at-risk children and teens, and families.
has extensive experience treating a range of psychological difficulties, including ADHD
, Depression, Anxiety, and Eating Disorders.
She is an aftercare therapist for Remuda Ranch, a residential treatment facility specializing in Eating Disorders.
Dr. Broughan served as a forensic expect and expert witness to the state and federal courts in a variety of criminal and civil cases.
developed a particular expertise in the area of domestic violence and presented the first 'Battered Woman Syndrome' testimony allowed into evidence in the State of Tennessee.
In addition to her
skills as a psychologist, Dr. Broughan
is an accomplished horsewoman.
has been riding and training horses since high school.
In 1998 she
was awarded the United States Dressage Federation's Silver Medal.
In 1999, she was a credentialed equestrian sports psychologist at the European Championships in Holland.
In 2000, she served as the team psychologist for TEAM ISRAEL in Israel's bid for an Olympic spot.
was featured in the My Life column in the May, 2006 issue of Practical Horseman Magazine