Robert Holloway, Psy. D
Dr. Holloway completed his masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at Chestnut Hill College. As a mental health professional for the past nine years, Dr. Holloway has worked with a wide spectrum of populations including children with autism, college students, the LGBTQ community, and adults with co-occurring disorders. During his doctoral studies, he focused his clinical learning on the treatment of trauma in adults, and on working with couples, families and individuals from diverse backgrounds. Dr. Holloway’s research involved in-depth examinations of psychodynamic psychotherapy sessions for depressed individuals following a greater than two-week lapse in treatment. His training also included the utilization of a wide variety of assessment tools to both assess and help individuals with traumatic brain injuries, clients with social-emotional problems, and children/adults with learning and attention difficulties. Dr. Holloway uses these cutting edge assessment tools to understand clients in a number of relevant domains: cognitive ability (IQ), academic achievement, executive functioning, memory, visual motor integration, and personality. Currently, his focus is on child and adolescent assessment, and integrated family and psychodynamic therapy.