chris black, phd, hspp
Dr. Chris Black is a Licensed Counseling Psychologist who works with individuals aged 17+ in a variety of modalities including therapy, coaching, and psychological assessment. His areas of expertise and interest include mood disorders, ADHD coaching, relationship difficulties, grief, self-worth concerns, identity issues, and anxiety.
Julie Beckwith, psyd, hspp
Dr. Julie Beckwith is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works with teenagers and adults providing individual therapy and psychological assessments. She works with a variety of issues mainly focused on disordered eating, body image (health at every size), relationships with self and others, personality dynamics, gender and sexual identities, trauma, mood disturbances, and identity development.
amanda mckinney, psyd, hspp
Dr. Amanda McKinney is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and is the Director of MMH. She has a very small therapy caseload, and she primarily provides psychological assessment. Her therapeutic interests involve helping people make positive changes in their lives, navigating and adjusting to major life events, and working with LGBTQ+ individuals who are exploring sexual and gender identity (including writing letters for surgery).
Ben reagan, psyd, hspp
Dr. Ben Reagan is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works with individuals aged 17+ treating a number of concerns. His main area of expertise and interest is working with all members of the LGBTQ community, with a particular clinical focus being gay men's issues. Additional areas of experience include depression, self-worth issues, identity questions, relational difficulties, and anxiety.
Pepita, Aka dr. petey puppins
Pepita is a therapy dog in-training who sometimes sits in on therapy sessions to offer cuddles and support. Most often, she sleeps under the desk while her mom works. She is a 23-pound mini goldendoodle, does not shed, and is hypoallergenic.
alyssa boer, psyd, hspp
Dr. Alyssa Boer is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who provides individual therapy to teenagers and adults. Her primary area of clinical interest and expertise is recovery from trauma, specifically experiences of power-based interpersonal and sexual violence and childhood trauma. Additional areas of interest include interpersonal relationship dynamics, family of origin concerns, gender and sexual diversity, identity development, and self-esteem.