Dr. Maureen Keown creates a friendly and non-judgmental environment for her clients that empowers them to succeed in making real and lasting changes in their lives. Viewing each person as an individual capable of living life at their fullest potential, Dr. Keown is a therapist in Alpharetta, GA who will work at a pace that is comfortable for you to set and reach your personal goals.
The basis of her work is the relationship Dr. Keown develops with each client. Dr. Keown welcomes adults and older adolescents (ages 18 and above), and the treatment focus covers a wide variety of problems, disorders, and concerns. It is her belief that as people become more aware and accepting of themselves, they are more capable of finding a sense of peace and contentment in their lives.
Dr. Keown has a special interest in helping people live their best life possible by improving overall health and well-being, happiness, and self-esteem, as well as alleviating depression, anxiety, and working on issues of body image, or past abuse. In addition, she works extensively with all facets of relationship issues, whether past, present or family of origin difficulties.
Dr. Keown is a clinical psychologist who is licensed to practice psychology by the State of Georgia. She has worked in the field of psychology as a therapist and psychological examiner since 1996.
Dr. Maureen Keown holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama, graduating with honors in psychology. She earned a Master of Sciencein psychology from the University of South Alabama and a Master of Arts in clinical psychology from Argosy University. Dr. Keown earned her Doctoral Degree from Argosy University after completing an internship at the Miami VA Medical Center. Her post-doctoral training was completed in a private practice setting.
With her office conveniently located off of Georgia 400 and North Point Parkway, Dr. Keown founded and leads her Alpharetta practice treating adults and teens with a wide range of issues, disorders or concerns using well-researched modalities of psychotherapy. In addition to being a doctor of psychology, she is also a mother, wife, sister, daughter and friend.