Oxford Psychological Group has opened a new office in the Plein Air Neighborhood—located in Taylor, Mississippi—and the counselors are now seeing patients.
“We wanted to get a few months under our belt before we made any announcement,” said Dr. James H. Brown.
Brown, along with partner Dr. Bufkin Moore are partners in the Jackson, Mississippi firm Live Oak Associates and will spend several days each week at their Lafayette County office.
Brown is a clinical psychologist who received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Millsaps College and a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Reformed Theological Seminary. He received his doctorate of clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology in Los Angeles.
He specializes in the assessment of children and adolescents having focused his studies at child/adolescent hospital at Vanderbilt University. His practice consists of a broad range of issues including depression, anxiety, OCD and addiction with children, adolescents and adults.
Brown offers individual therapy with adults as well as family and marital therapy. He consults with Millsaps College where he offers individual therapy and assessment to students through the Millsaps College Counseling Center.
For the last 10 years, Brown consults with Three Oaks Treatment Center and conducts individual and group psychotherapy as part of their overall treatment team. He is also on the associate staff at St. Dominic Hospital and Baptist Hospital.
Moore grew up in Jackson and attended the University of Mississippi as an undergraduate.
After graduating from Ole Miss, he received his doctorate in Psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in Los Angeles. Moore is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and his practice includes consultations, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment (talk therapy) for individuals ranging in ages from childhood through adulthood and has been doing so for over 10 years.
To inquire or schedule an appointment call 662-638-3719
For more information please visit www.oxfordpsych.com.
Courtesy of Plein Air