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2 Riverchase Office Plaza, Suite 115, Hoover, AL 35244-2810


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Cahaba Psychology Center is located in Hoover, Alabama near Highway 31 in the Riverchase area.  Situated near the banks of a small lake, it affords a peaceful area to await your appointment or to collect your thoughts.  Our clinical staff provide a wide range of psychological services to individuals across the life span.

Gayle S. Janzen, Ph.D.

Gayle Janzen received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1980 from The University of Alabama. She completed her Clinical Internship at the UAB Medical School where she began her interest and training in treating eating disorders. After working with teenagers and families at The Children’s Hospital, Dr. Janzen opened her private practice associated with Brookwood Medical Center, where she was Staff Psychologist on both the Adolescent Unit and the Eating Disorders Unit for several years. She now maintains an office practice with teenagers and their parents, and with adults of all ages.

Dr. Janzen specializes in treating eating disorders, adult survivors of sexual abuse, grief, and women’s issues – such as juggling career and family demands, divorce adjustment, “empty-nest” syndrome, menopause and aging. She enjoys helping teenagers cope with their parents and vice-versa. For over 25 years she has treated a great number of people with depression and anxiety disorders, including PTSD.  Her therapeutic approach is individualized for each patient, and may include Cognitive Behavioral, Interpersonal and Mindfullness-based therapies.

Patricia Jolly-Fleece, Ph.D.

Patricia Jolly-Fleece received her Ph.D. from Auburn University and completed her clinical internship at the UAB Medical School, where she fulfilled requirements for specialties in both child/adolescent and adult clinical psychology.  She attended Memphis State University in Memphis, Tennessee for her B.A. in psychology.  Dr. Jolly-Fleece worked at the UAB  Department of Psychiatry for several years prior to opening her own practice.  She and her spouse co-taught Behavior Therapy/Cognitive Behavior Therapy at UAB for 20 years.  She is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Psychology Department at UAB and a licensed psychologist.

Known as Dr. Pattie to most of her patients, she specializes in anxiety disorders including OCD, panic, generalized anxiety, phobias, social anxiety, and adjustment issues to life changes for ages 19 and up.  Dr. Pattie is a wife and the mother of two adult daughters.  She is also an animal lover, loves to travel to Africa for wildlife viewing, and currently has 2 mixed breed cats.

Mark H. Burge, Ph.D.

Dr. Burge completed his undergraduate work at the University of Kentucky and obtained his doctorate at St. Louis University.  His internship was through the University of Alabama-Birmingham consortium.  Dr. Burge is a licensed psychologist who has practiced in Birmingham since 1996.  He has worked for the Alabama Department of Youth Services, Samaritan Counseling Center, and in private practice.  He sees children and adolescents and their families along with individual adult clients.  He has a clinical focus on disruptive behavior disorders, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, depression, self-injury, anxiety disorders, family therapy, and marital/relationship problems.


Renèe Y. Moore, Psy.D.

Renèe Y. Moore, Psy.D. is a Licensed Psychologist. She received her Psy.D in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University and obtained her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology – Adlerian Concentration from Bowie State University. As it relates to academia, Dr. Moore has taught as a Full-time Lecturer at an undergraduate university. She has years of clinical experience in the behavioral health field to include crisis intervention, consultation services, and psychological evaluations and testing.  Dr. Moore has been trained in suicide prevention, applied suicide intervention,  suicide alertness, and prevention, response and recovery for violence in the workplace. She has worked with multiple populations to include but not limited to trauma survivors; incarcerated adults; adjudicated youth; individuals diagnosed with HIV; and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Questioning + populations. Within the Department of Corrections, Dr. Moore has coordinated a women’s treatment program as well as worked in the Intensive Mental Health Unit with incarcerated men. While providing therapy to the HIV and LGBTQ+ populations, she became interested in understanding the relationship between HIV, chronic pain and suicide which led to her research in this area.