Clyde has worked in many settings and with various populations including assisting veterans with symptoms of PTSD, treating individuals with serious mental illnesses, helping couples with relationship issues, and assessing education-related difficulties in schools. His preferred forms of therapy include techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Training, and Brief Psychodynamic Therapy. Clyde has an interest in research as well that includes male gender issues, post-traumatic growth, life-stage/developmental issues, and the effects of trauma. He received a bachelor’s degree in science from the University of California, Santa Cruz, a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Ball State University, and a doctorate in counseling psychology from Tennessee State University.
Location: Smoky Mountain Lodge