Markham Giblin, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist #925

Markham Giblin, Ph.D.

I AM ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS FOR VIDEO SESSIONS THROUGH A SECURE HIPAA-COMPLIANT PLATFORM. I had several years of experience in offering teletherapy services before the COVID-19 crisis. I understand that clients will vary in their readiness to resume in-person services even after I have begun to offer face-to-face sessions again. Teletherapy, when clinically appropriate for a client, will continue to be a part of my practice beyond the COVID-19 concerns.

I work most successfully with clients who are highly motivated to change their mood, symptoms, interpersonal struggles, relationships, circumstances, but who need a coach and a road map to get there. My clients develop novel insights, learn new strategies and develop the tools needed to make lasting changes in their lives.

It is my goal to work together with you in a professional, respectful, and supportive environment. My clients tell me that I explain psychological processes and solutions in a way they can understand and in a new and meaningful way. I combine humor with empathy and goal-setting. I enjoy working with individuals to address concerns and find lasting solutions.

I often work with Young Adults and others experiencing times of great changes in their lives, who are considering or adjusting to new circumstances or transitions. It is a source of great satisfaction to me to teach my clients enduring techniques to balance the demands of all spheres of life (work, play, family, relationships, self-care). I enjoy being involved in the process of creating one's own path.

Taking this first step to enter therapy or to start over with a new therapist can be frightening and daunting. I invite you to call my office to speak with my assistant. She will take the time to understand your situation and help to determine if my services are a good fit for your needs. We look forward to hearing from you.

Please note that my office is a safe and friendly environment for LGBTQIA clients.

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