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Heather Wyatt, PsyD (she/her)

Heather is a doctoral mental health therapist who specializes in working with women ages 30 and above. Heather believes that mental health care is a core component to living and thriving. Mental wellbeing, just like physical and spiritual wellbeing, needs attention, engagement, and most importantly the experience of safety to change. Figuring out what the change or changes are, can at times, feel confusing. She has found that being in a trusting, supportive, authentic relationship with a professional can bring clarity to what the changes are and massive amounts of hope, insight, inspiration, and empowerment to your relationship with you! In Heather’s work with you, she aims to help you feel seen, understood, safe, and validated while also highlighting things that may be getting in your way. Heather believes that walking with you along your journey would be an honor and privilege...give yourself the gift of therapy!


Heather’s approach includes building a collaborative, warm, safe, dynamic space with you, paying special attention to your needs! She takes a transtheoretical approach to therapy, drawing on person-centered, psychodynamic, existential, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness modalities. Heather has worked with and welcome clients from different cultures, races, religions, and sexual orientations.


Heather’s clinical interests include working with clients who have experienced complex trauma, anxiety, problematic and externalized behaviors, ADHD, spiritual issues and grief and loss.


Heather completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is in the process of becoming licensed. While in process, she is under the supervision of a licensed psychologist.


When not at work, Heather enjoys nature, camping, watching reality tv, coloring and time and space to do whatever seems fun in the moment.
  • Complex Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Problematic Behaviors
  • ADHD
  • Spiritual Issues
  • Grief & Loss
  • Virtually only