Lauri Lehn, Ph.D., (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Service Provider with a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Iowa. Lauri worked in the Department of Psychiatry at UIHC before entering private practice. Her clinical interests include mood and anxiety disorders, relationship issues, life transitions, identity issues related to gender and sexual orientation, stress management, and grief and loss issues. She utilizes an integrative approach to therapy, incorporating Cognitive-Behavioral, Feminist, and Person-Centered therapy modalities into her work.
Thomasin McCoy, Ph.D., (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Service Provider with a doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Iowa. Thomasin is a Pediatric Neuropsychologist, which means that she pays special attention to brain-behavior relationships and applies this knowledge to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children and adolescents. As a Pediatric Neuropsychologist, she received specialized training in working with children and adolescents and in neuropsychology. After completing an Accredited Internship in Pediatric Psychology and Pediatric Neuropsychology at the University of Minnesota Medical School, she completed three years of post-doctoral training in Pediatric Psychology and Neuroscience. Thomasin specializes in work with a variety of presenting issues, including learning disabilities (e.g., Dyslexia), ADHD, depression, anxiety disorders, behavior problems. Thomasin is also fluent in Spanish.
Holly Sanger, Psy.D., (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Service Provider with a doctorate in clinical psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Holly currently works with couples using both Gottman Method and Relational Life therapy. Specialty areas include relationship concerns, anxiety and depression, grief/loss, trauma & loss, applications of mindfulness, life stage transitions, and identity and diversity issues. Holly is a Coherent Breathing Teacher and routinely teaches this core stress management practice to clients. Holly integrates Social Justice and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion values into her work.
Katrina Welsh, Ph.D., (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Service Provider with a Ph.D. in Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology with an emphasis in Clinical Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship were at the Yale Child Study Center in the Early Childhood track. Katrina works primarily with children ages 12 or younger in individual, parent-child, family, or group therapy or using a combination of those approaches. In addition, she works with adults of all ages on parenting issues and/or reflective parenting. Prior to entering private practice, Katrina had particular training and experience with young children and children with autism spectrum disorder diagnoses. She most recently worked at the Center for Disabilities and Development at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, where she conducted interdisciplinary developmental and psychological assessments.
Ellen Daly, L.I.S.W., RPT-S, (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a Master's degree from Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ellen specializes in Adlerian Play Therapy and utilizes play therapy with children and families. She also enjoys working with adolescents and adults using insight-oriented, integrative/holistic, trauma-informed, and social justice aproaches and frameworks. Before entering private practice, she worked in school, outpatient hospital, and community based settings in Iowa and California. Ellen's educational history includes a focus on gender and sexuality studies at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Alice Fridman Glass, Ph.D., (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Services Provider with a doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Iowa. Before entering private practice, she worked at counseling centers at Cornell College and the University of Iowa. Alice enjoys conducting cognitive and psychological assessment with adults, adolescents, and children for concerns such as ADHD, learning disorders, and mood and anxiety disorders. She also enjoys doing therapy for a wide range of issues, particularly anxiety, depression, stress management, emotional regulation, self-esteem and identity concerns, and management of ADHD.
Ashley Norwood, Ph.D., (she/her/hers) Ashley is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Health Service provider with a doctorate in clinical psychology from Auburn University. Before relocating to Iowa, Ashley worked as clinical manager and then clinical site supervisor for doctoral students at Mt. Meigs—an Alabama Department of Youth Services correctional facility. Ashley completed her APA accredited internship at the Central Alabama Veterans Healthcare System in Tuskegee, AL where her passion for providing care to rural/under-served populations and Veterans were united. She sees school-aged children and adolescents, college students, and adults of all ages with a variety of presenting concerns. Ashley specializes in providing evidence-based therapy for trauma (including Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy), anxiety, attachment disorders, mood disorders, chronic pain, and personality disorders. Additionally, she provides a variety of assessment services including immigration hardship evaluations, psychosocial evaluations for adoptive parents, and cognitive and psychoeducational assessments for ADHD and learning disorders.
Katie Smith, PsyD., (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Psychologist in Iowa and Kansas. Katie completed her graduate studies at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with specialization in child and adolescent psychology. She completed her APA accredited internship in Kansas at a pediatric community mental health setting where she provided therapy services to children and families with high needs. Katie works predominantly with children and adolescents under the age of 15 for individual and family therapy, but also sees college students. In addition to therapy Katie provides psychological testing and pediatric autism evaluations using the ADOS-2 and the ADI-R. Katie specializes in therapy services for neurodiverse patients and siblings with neurodiverse siblings, along with other presenting concerns such as anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), ADHD, life-adjustment concerns, trauma, and behavioral challenges in young children. She utilizes a systems framework for understanding the unique context of each patient and incorporates other treatment modalities including play-based approaches, sandtray therapy, positive parenting approaches, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure with Response Prevention, and strength-based approaches.
Barry A. Schreier, Ph.D.(he/him/his) is a licensed psychologist, in practice since 1994. Barry received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Barry has made his profession in campus mental health working at Auburn, Purdue, UCONN, Princeton, and Iowa. Barry works with adults. Barry works from a cognitive and interpersonal process framework which means focus is on the way you think about your world as a key inroad to making desired changes. Barry also uses the counseling relationship as an indicator of how you navigate in your world and how you can make relationships work better for you. Barry believes who you are culturally also makes significant differences in how you navigate the world and cultural identities are also a significant part of the work. Barry has expertise working with gay, lesbian, bi, queer issues and concerns and is a gender specialist having worked for decades with Trans, gender non-binary, gender fluid, and gender queer communities issues and concerns. Barry also has expertise working with anxiety, depression, interpersonal concerns, relationship growth, stress management, mindfulness development, loss and grief, trauma processing, emotional regulation, self-esteem and confidence, and other concerns as we all strive to develop and live better in our worlds. Barry sees counseling as an exciting, exploratory, and powerfully growthful process and looks forward to engaging in this healing process with you! And don't forget, a little humor helps!
Isaac Hooley, PhD (he/him) is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Service Provider
with a doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Iowa. He completed a post-
doctoral fellowship at the UIowa Telepsychology Training Clinic, where he provided
telepsychology services to rural Iowans. Isaac works primarily with adults using Acceptance
and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as a framework for therapy, which means he works alongside
clients as they practice becoming more flexible in how they respond to difficult thoughts and
feelings. From this approach, therapy can be focused on building skills for better awareness
and self-regulation, exploring the stories we use to make sense of who we are and what we
have experienced, and using the safe and non-judgmental space of therapy to explore things
that we might otherwise avoid. He has experience working alongside people navigating life
transitions such as grief and loss, job loss or shift, emerging health conditions or pain, identity
exploration, and taking on a new role such as becoming a parent or retiring from full-time work.
He also works with concerns such as stress management, depression, anxiety, interpersonal
and relationship concerns, and religious and spirituality concerns. Isaac believes that who you
are and what you value is vitally important in the work of therapy, and he strives to approach
differences with humility and openness.