George is a clinical psychologist in training earning his Ph.D. He earned his Master’s in Clinical Psychology in 2021 and has research interests in how we understand and treat depression and anxiety and relationships among depression, anxiety, stress, and sleep problems. Clinically, George has experience in conducting psychotherapy and assessments in school, V.A., and academic medical center settings. He is trained in using various evidence-based treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy, prolonged exposure therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. These treatments are used to help patients with conditions such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, insomnia, intimate partner violence, substance use, grief, and adjustment concerns.
George believes in a warm approach to therapy involving collaborating with patients to arrive upon treatment goals and developing plans to reduce symptoms that are both evidence-based and tailored specifically to a given patient. He has experience in helping adults who are experiencing symptoms of depression and other mental health concerns.