Josh is a fourth-year doctoral student at Chestnut Hill College currently working toward a degree in clinical counseling and psychological assessment. He holds a master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, with a concentration in child and adolescent therapy. He has worked with clients of diverse backgrounds, and a variety of presenting concerns, in group and individual therapy settings. He draws from elements of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches when working with clients to develop goal-oriented treatment plans. He believes that the best outcomes can be achieved in an environment where a client and therapist work together to craft practices that enable clients to achieve their goals. Interests and hobbies include football, piano, athletic training, outdoor activities, languages, DIY-home & landscape, and spending time with friends and family.