Daryl Holloway, PsyD, LP (she/her)


Dr. Holloway is a licensed psychologist who utilizes an approach that centers humanism, interpersonal process, feminism and multiculturalism. Her work as a therapist is deeply relational, and she aims to help those with whom she is working to understand their current concerns more fully and attend to their needs in a more compassionate and genuine way. In her work you will see inclusion, connection, compassion, authenticity and relationship at the foundation. Her clinical and supervision approach is rooted in the belief that we grow, learn and change in relationship; thus, she focuses on creating a therapeutic alliance that is genuine, accepting, and warm.


Dr. Holloway provides individual therapy to children, teens and adults. She has specialized training and education working with children and families, facilitating parenting coaching, trauma, adverse childhood experiences, substance use/addiction difficulties, adverse religious experiences, grief/loss, and family of origin concerns.


Dr. Holloway has education, training and clinical experience providing therapy and psychological assessment in a variety of settings including substance use treatment centers, community mental health organizations, school systems, university counseling centers and outpatient mental health facilities since 2011. She completed her doctoral internship at Counseling and Psychological Services at Utah State University and completed her residency at University Counseling Services at University of Oregon.
Parent Child Interaction Training (PCIT):
Dr. Holloway is a certified therapist in Parent Child Interaction Training (PCIT) (, an evidence-based treatment for young children with behavioral problems.
Academic Background:
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology – Chicago School of Professional Psychology M.A. Addiction Studies – Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies M.A. Clinical Psychology – Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Twin Cities


Dr. Holloway loves taking time away from the daily rush to be together with her pets and the people she cares about to relax and enjoy life's quieter pleasures. She also loves music and food which often results in her weekends being spent record shopping with her partner or enjoying one of the amazing restaurants the Twin Cities has to offer with friends.
  • Parent Child Interaction Therapy
  • Parent coaching
  • Family of origin concerns
  • Adverse Childhood experiences
  • Attachment ruptures
  • Substance Use Concerns
  • Trauma
  • In-person
  • Virtually