People with Disabilities
People with disabilities make up the largest minority group in both the U.S. and the world. However, people with disabilities are often considered the “invisible minority” because little attention is given to their needs. They are marginalized by a society that does not accommodate them and by the pull that they feel to change themselves.
In our work together, you will have a secure and non-judgmental space where you can reflect upon what is bringing you into therapy. We will explore any feelings you may have about your disability and create strategies to reduce your suffering.
- The Experiences of Clinical Psychology Doctoral Students who Self-Identify as having Tourette's syndrome, Stuttering Disorder, or Stereotypic Movement Disorder - Doctoral Dissertation
- Extensive Lecturing on Disability Issues in Mental Health and Education
- APA Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology