Although Melissa is originally from Wisconsin, she has her doctorate from the University of Georgia. As a feminist clinician, she strives to acknowledge the balance of power within relationships, intersecting identities, and the value in honoring diverse cultural experiences. Aside from one on one therapy, she also works with couples and in group settings. She has experience addressing a variety of clinical concerns including: anxiety, depression, identity development, LGBTQIA+ concerns, eating disorders, relational difficulties, and relational/sexual violence. Aside from clinical work, Melissa also serves as the Counseling Services Training Coordinator.
Ph.D., University of Georgia (Counseling Psychology)