I utilize many different approaches drawing from Jungian, Humanistic, Cognitive, and Meditative psychologies. My approach to therapy makes use of comprehensive, holistic assessment, and feedback that provides an objective view of your current personality, needs, values, strengths, and world view. Therapy proceeds with meditative, dreamwork, and imagery based strategies facilitating your individual path.
For individuals who live both outside and inside of my local area, web-based therapy sessions are available. You must have a computer with a webcam and microphone to access web-based services.
About Dr. Grant
Dr. Grant has over 40 years of experience in the mental health field,
with over 30 years in private practice. His primary areas of expertise
are in Jungian Psychology, Meditative and Cognitive-Behavioral
Psychotherapy, particularly the use of mental imagery in psychotherapy,
spiritual issues, anxiety disorders, and Neuropsychological and
Psychological Evaluations and Diagnostics. He has worked extensively
with the chronic mentally ill, forensic, geriatric, and rehabilitation
populations. He served as Primary Therapist and Screening and
Evaluations Coordinator for the pioneering University of Southern
California Alternatives to Psychiatric Hospitalization Program, and as
Clinical Coordinator for the Charter Plains Partial Hospitalization
Program in Lubbock, Texas. Dr. Grant has served as both a staff
psychologist and as the Clinical Coordinator of the Alcohol Treatment
Program at The Lubbock Regional MHMR Center, and also as Assistant
Professor of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Sciences with the Texas Tech
University Health Sciences Center. During his time at the Texas Tech
University Health Sciences Center he served as Clinical Coordinator of
the Neuropsychology Clinic, and as Course Director for the Medical
School Psychiatry Course. As part of his private practice he has been
conducting pre-employment screening evaluations for correctional and law
enforcement officers throughout the States of Texas since 1998. Dr.
Grant has published in the areas of the chronic mentally ill, and in
stress assessment. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from
the University of Michigan, a Master of Science degree in Clinical
psychology from California State University at Los Angeles, and a
Doctorate in Educational and Counseling Psychology from Texas Tech
University. His Post-Doctoral Internship was in Clinical Neuropsychology
and Rehabilitation Psychology. He is a Licensed Psychologist in the
States of Texas.