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About Grant

I arrived in the Pacific Northwest from the Phoenix, Arizona area, where I completed my undergraduate and graduate training.  I received my bachelors degree in psychology and creative writing from Arizona State University, and in addition to practicing psychology, I write frequently.  I received my masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology, at Argosy University.  I graduated in 2015, completed my residency training in 2017, and became licensed as a psychologist that same year.


I have experience working in outpatient, community mental health, and private practice settings.  Additionally, I have experience working on inpatient psychiatric units and mobile crisis teams.  I also have experience providing supervision to doctoral-level therapists-in-training.


I view therapy as a relationship, in which all change happens.  Working within the relationship, I use psychodynamic, dialectical behavioral, cognitive, emotion focused, and group therapies to create lasting change, in how patients experience both themselves and the world around them.


I work with individuals seeking help dealing with depression, low self-esteem, and guilt; anxiety and phobias; personality disorders; obsessive-compulsive disorder and obsessive behaviors; relationship problems; life transitions; academic and professional issues, and feelings of "imposter syndrome"; and non-suicidal self-injury.


In my quiet time I enjoy reading and writing; photography and painting; listening to music; and playing with my pup.

Services Offered

  • Intake Assessments

  • Individual Therapy

  • Group Therapy

Areas of Expertise


Low Self Esteem


Anxiety and Phobias

Personality Disorders




Relationship Issues

Life Transitions

Academic and Professional Issues

Non-suicidal Self-injury

Existential Concerns

I work with Oregon residents,  ages 14 and up

Currently offering Telehealth appointments

*Link coming soon





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