Ben Bailey, PhD, Psychology Resident
Professional highlights: Dr. Bailey received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and an Ed.S. degree in School Psychology from Brigham Young University. While at BYU, he researched the use of homophobic language among adolescents. He completed his school psychology internship at Springville Junior High and his pre-doctoral internship at the George Washington University in the Colonial Health Center.
Specialties: Dr. Bailey has experience with children, adolescents, adults and couples. He enjoys working with individuals struggling with relational concerns, depression, anxiety, faith concerns and identity development. He enjoys exploring with clients how their intersecting identities (age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race and religion/spirituality) impact their daily life and presenting concerns. He is a straight LGBTQIA ally. Dr. Bailey works primarily from an integrative interpersonal/psychodynamic approach, utilizing cognitive and behavioral techniques.