SPECIALTIES: Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), military & deployment issues, fitness for duty/clearance evaluations, anxiety & stress-related disorders, depression, clinical health psychology, childhood disorders and assessment, parenting skills, and marital discord.
- Psychological assessment, Individual, Couples, & Family Counseling for adults, adolescents, & children ages 6 and older.
Dr. Agliata completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and business management at the University of Florida in 1997. He later earned his Master of Science (M.S., 2002) and Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D., 2005) in Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.) from the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology program at the University of Central Florida. In 2005, Dr. Agliata Commissioned into the United States Air Force as an active duty officer (O-3, Captain) and completed the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Residency Program at Wilford Hall Medical Center (now Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center) in San Antonio, TX. After 4+ years of military service, including an OEF/OIF deployment, and another 8 years working as a VA psychologist at the James A. Haley VA in Tampa, FL, Dr. Agliata decided to grow his private practice and focus on populations of interest and particular areas of expertise – namely military/deployment psychology, PTSD, psychological assessment, and the treatment of clinical & health-related disorders (depression, anxiety, stress management, pain, TBI). He has been licensed by the Florida Dept of Health Board of Psychology to practice psychology since 2007 and is recognized as a Health Service Provider in Psychology with the National Register for Health Service Providers.
Dr. Agliata’s philosophy is to provide the highest quality, empirically-based behavioral health care services that are tailored to each client, with the goal of addressing personal life challenges, improving quality of life, and achieving fulfillment. He is an interactive, cognitive-behavioral therapist, and is well-versed in a host of evidenced-based treatments including Prolonged Exposure (PE), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Through compassion, understanding, and therapeutic challenging, Dr. Agliata works collaboratively with his clients to help them build on their strengths and achieve the insight and growth they’ve committed to.
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Agliata has been involved in the training and supervision of inter-level, postdoctoral, and early career psychologists; has conducted, published, and presented research on post-deployment issues, pain, and military suicide; and has been trained and lead both military and civilian crisis intervention teams.