Gabriella Godfrey M.S.
Doctoral Student, Psychology
Gabriella “Gabby” Godfrey, M.S., is working towards earning her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology (WSPP) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is currently pursuing required hours in therapy at the Appleton Catalpa Health's mental health outpatient clinic. Specifically, she has clinical and research interests in Autism Spectrum disorders, trauma-related disorders, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and depression.
Gabby's approach can be described as patient-centered and integrative as she is exploring a multitude of treatment modalities that are evidence-based. She places emphasis on listening to parent's and children's concerns and symptoms that aids in collaboratively deciding on treatment goals that best fit the needs of the client. Building rapport and developing the therapeutic relationship is vital to the outcome of treatment, well-being, and functioning across multiple areas.
Gabby earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY. Since then, she has earned a Master's level degree and continues to pursue higher education at WSPP. Currently, she is exploring therapeutic intervention and assessment and integration at various sites, including but not limited to private mental health clinics, as her interests are further evolving.
Outside of practicum, she enjoys spending time with her cat and friends, listening to podcasts, and reading.
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