If you are seeking a therapist who makes you feel at ease– someone you genuinely like and get along with, who’s knowledge you trust, who inspires growth, and who works courageously and compassionately to support your goals– you’ve come to the right place. The Curry Psychology Group is a close-knit team of seasoned therapists who are also researchers, academics and clinical supervisors. As such, we are uncompromising in our commitment to effective, evidence-based treatment. We are dedicated to psychology and to our wonderful clients who allow us to share in their lives.
We realize that it can be difficult to find the right provider for yourself or a family member. At the Curry Psychology Group, we are adamant about educating the public on quality standards in mental health so you can make more informed decisions about your care. We pledge to offer services for which our providers have obtained specialized training and certification, and to give appropriate referrals if you have a need that is outside of our area of practice.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A QUALITY PROVIDER:
There are many more specialty areas that require advanced training and certification than those listed below. We welcome questions from anyone seeking guidance or referrals.
Here are some starting points based on common issues our clients have encountered before starting with us:
- Make sure your psychologist attended a university doctoral program and internship that are accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). This ensures that their education and training meet the professional and scientific standards for ethical and skillful practice of psychology.
- If you are seeking a neuropsychological evaluation or any complex developmental or intellectual testing, verify that the psychologist has completed a formal two-year, post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology. The completion of a two-year fellowship is the standard for neuropsychologists. It provides a specialized understanding of neurological processes and the indicators of organic brain disease and brain injury that is necessary for accurate test interpretation.
- For couples seeking counseling, ensure that your couples’ therapist has obtained advanced training in an evidence-based method of couples’ therapy such as the Gottman Method. Research has shown that more damage can be caused to a relationship by attempting therapy with a provider who does not follow a research-based method. Sessions should be structured and skills-based without judgments from the provider.
- Depression & Anxiety
- Grief & Sudden Loss
- Gottman Method Couples Therapy
- Child & Adolescent Therapy
- Psycho-Educational & Neuropsychological Testing
- Trauma & PTSD
- Life Coaching & Self-Improvement
- Military Psychology
- Culturally Sensitive/Responsive Counseling
- LGBTQIAPK+ Community
- Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
- Sports/Athletic Performance
- Business Performance & Stress Management