Dr. Matthew J Bennett
With over 20 years of experience as a clinical psychologist, I bring a
passion for my work, empathy, and excellence in clinical training
allowing me to provide effective, lasting results.
I use an integrative approach, employing cognitive behavioral,
psychodynamic, and interpersonal therapies to help adolescents and
adults gain insight and work through varied life concerns.
I see symptoms such as depression, anxiety, and relationship conflict as
opportunities for change and personal growth. With a research
background in psychotherapy treatment outcome, I place importance on
using therapy that works.
Individual Therapy for Adults and Adolescents
Anxiety, social anxiety, fears/phobias, panic, OCD & trauma
Depression, sadness, & moodiness
Marriage / Couple / Relationship issues
Addictive and self-defeating behavior patterns
(e.g. , smoking, substance abuse, & eat ing issues)
Co-dependence / lack of assertiveness
Family / Parent-Adolescent conflict
Adolescent / Adult ADD, ADHD
Chronic pain and disease processes
(e.g. , high blood pressure / elevated cortisol )
Transitions, difficult life changes,grief and loss