Gena H Connally, Ph.D.


Dr Connally is a licensed psychologist specializing in Behavioral Medicine combining the knowledge of physiology and behavior with an understanding of emotions and cognitive processes  in order to fully explore the needs of each patient. She has extensive training  in clinical psychology and physiology and has worked closely with medical doctors and hospitals.

She was born and educated in England and studied under the supervision of Professor Alan Clarke, then President of The British Psychological Society and Professor Jasper Brener, then President of The American Society for Psychophysiological Research. Her doctoral work in the area of cardiovascular psychophysiology was supported by an award from the Medical Research Council of the United Kingdom. She completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Behavioral Medicine  in Atlanta under the supervision of Emory University Professors.  She is a Fellow of The Georgia Psychological Association.

She works with children, teens, couples and adults. Her expertise centers around conflict resolution, creating positive communication systems, problem solving and team-building with families and in the workplace. She has expertise in helping parents to understand their children/teens and create positive family environments. Areas of focus include depression/bipolar, anxiety/panic/PTSD, ADHD, behavior problems, autism, chronic illness/pain, stress and anger management.



If you’re having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your local ER.