Chrissy Raines, Ph.D.


Licensed Psychologist


  • Child and Adolescent Psychology

  • Parent Behavior Management Training

  • ADHD / Disruptive Behaviors

  • Toilet Training / Enuresis / Encopresis

  • Anxiety / Stress / Adjustment

  • Depression / Grief

  • Trauma


  • Young Adults

  • Older Children and Adolescents

    • I will meet with the parents and the child/adolescent initially; ongoing sessions will continue with primarily the child/adolescent, with the nature and frequency of parent involvement to be determined collaboratively

  • Children aged 2-8 years

    • Treatment for this age group will generally involve parents/guardians only (particularly for behavior management and toilet training)


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

  • Master of Arts in Psychology, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology, Duke University, Durham, NC


  • Post-doctoral Fellowship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health, Columbus, OH

  • Pre-doctoral Internship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health, Columbus, OH

  • Louisiana State University Psychological Services Center, Baton Rouge, LA

  • Baton Rouge Clinic Pediatric Psychology Department, Baton Rouge, LA

  • Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center Pediatric Development and Therapy Center, Baton Rouge, LA

  • Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center/Children’s Developmental Services Agency, Winston-Salem, NC


  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Traumatized Children and Their Families

  • The Incredible Years: Parent Group Leader Training

    • The Incredible Years is an evidence-based intervention program that aims to increase developmentally appropriate positive behaviors while also reducing and managing problematic behaviors in young children. Through group discussion and problem-solving, role plays, and viewing videotaped vignettes, parents learn ways to promote their children's social and emotional development using strategies such as special time, coaching, praise, rewards, and clear and consistent rules and routines. Upon establishing this foundation, parents then learn techniques to more effectively manage negative child behaviors, including ignoring, time-out, and the use of natural and logical consequences. 

  • Motivational Interviewing