Kevin is from the Augusta area and completed his Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from Augusta University. He interned at Augusta University’s inpatient unit with a team of licensed professional counselors and psychiatrists, where he led therapy groups for anger management, sleep management, and mindfulness. Kevin also interned as a clinician at Augusta University’s counseling center. Previously, he attended the College of Charleston where he earned undergraduate degrees in Biology, Theater, and Philosophy. Between his undergraduate and graduate years, Kevin has spent ten years living and working domestically and abroad as a hiking guide and English as a Second Language teacher.
Kevin takes an eclectic, client-centered approach to psychotherapy. He believes that each client presents with a unique life history and therefore requires an individualized treatment plan that may span the many different approaches clinical psychology has to offer. Most importantly, Kevin believes in the positive quality of the relationship between therapist and client, as this is one of the most consistent indicators of successful outcomes in psychotherapy.
Kevin has a specialty in working with teenagers and adults who present with symptoms of anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, grief and loss, anger, stress, and adjustment difficulties.