Gay Hallberg, Ph.D., LP
Serves: Adults, Children and Parents.
Specific areas of interest: Trauma-related disorders, employment issues, academic and/or behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, attachment, adoption and issues surrounding immigration.
Education: University of Minnesota, MA, 1966; Union Institute, Ph.D., 1992. Licensed Psychologist
About my work: I enjoy the richness of personal experience found in each client. Each personality is special in problems presented and in the solutions they require. I usually find that the answers lie within the individual’s own knowledge. The client’s task is to unlock and recognize the solutions to their problems. The therapist’s job is to help them learn new skills in order to discover new solutions. I employ traditional and nontraditional therapy tools such as visualization, EMDR, tai chi, qigong and meditation.