Meghan Moody, Psy.D.
I'm a proactive therapist who tailors the treatment to your specific needs. A collaborative approach and good match between you and your therapist are the essential components of healing and change. My commitment is to be sensitive to your unique situation and to provide an open-minded perspective to help you learn to think, feel, and grow in new ways.
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Areas of specialization: ADD/ADHD, trauma, grief
Offering therapy to: children, parents, adolescents, adults, couples, & families
Grace E. Hazeltine, Ph.D.
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANT, PSB 94023742
I believe that finding a therapist, whether through a trusted connection or a google search, doesn't have to be an overwhelming task. I hope that by writing about myself and my practice that you might come to understand how I approach my work, giving you a sense of whether you'd like for us to work together. In my practice I have experience working with concerns about anxiety, depression, relationships, school and work pressures, identity exploration, loss, grief, and gifted/twice exceptional persons. I invite you to read more so you can come to know me better.
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Areas of specialization: social anxiety, LGBTQIAP+, depression, anxiety
Offering therapy to: adults & adolescents
Brandon Parham, M.A.
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANT, PSB 94025286
By making the decision to find a therapist, you’ve taken an important step toward helping yourself with what’s troubling you in your life. I’m here to help make your process of choosing a therapist as uncomplicated as possible. I’m an approachable therapist, and I aim to help you feel at ease opening up about yourself. I’m interested in hearing your story and look forward to getting to know you! Feel free to read on for more about me and the types of clients I work with.
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Areas of specialization: mindfulness, athletes, anxiety, depression
Offering therapy to: adults, couples, & adolescents