"Dr. Chantelle Pseekos is a kind, non-judgmental and insightful psychologist and I would give her my highest recommendation. She is a gifted therapist and is especially skilled in working with anxiety, identity issues and academic and/or career concerns. She does an exceptional job at creating a safe place where clients can openly explore their concerns and, in fact, many people say that her presence alone is very soothing."
- Dr. Tara Ferguson, Licensed Psychologist
"Chantelle is a very knowledgeable and personable therapist. She brings compassion and acceptance to her relationships with clients as well as an ability to teach practical tools to help with a variety of problems and challenges."
- Angel Jernigan, Licensed Professional Counselor
As a licensed psychologist in Rhode Island, Dr. Chantelle Pseekos provided counseling services to university students for four years and has continued in private practice work since that time. She recurrently served as a professor for a Theories of Personality course. While her private practice work focuses primarily on work with young adults, including those ages 18-39, counseling services are also available within this practice for adults ages 40 and beyond. She commonly assists clients with addressing anger-related concerns, symptoms of panic/anxiety, relational concerns, grief, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender concerns. She facilitates Moving through Anger and Working through Anxiety groups. She has previous experience facilitating Ally (Safe Zone) and Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) for Suicide Prevention trainings.
Dr. Chantelle Pseekos received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology in 2009 from the University of Southern Mississippi, a graduate program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). She currently serves as a Director of a Counseling Center in Massachusetts, in addition to her private practice work in Rhode Island. She previously provided counseling services to students at the University of Houston for three years, including through a Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship. Additionally, she previously worked at the University of Rhode Island Counseling Center as a university psychologist for four years. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, APA Division 17: Society for Counseling Psychology, and APA Division 44: Society for Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues.
She is also an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy provider and a member of the Visibility Project. She is also listed in the Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality/Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Provider Directory.
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