Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Neuropsychological Assessment


Sport Psychology Consultation


Consultation and Presentations


Clinical Services


Therapy Services

Individual Therapy

A comprehensive intake will assess presenting issues, challenges, symptoms, strengths, and goals to inform a conceptualization and personalized treatment plan. Dr. Reid strives to appreciate and understand the unique qualities of his patients, including what and how they think, their lived experiences and reactions to them, how they feel and what may be contributing to their feelings, what they are concerned about, care about, and pay attention to, the cycles and patterns that have formed over time, the nature of their relationships, how they make sense of things, their general personality and characteristics, and so forth. He aims to do so within the context of a positive and supportive therapeutic relationship. Dr. Reid's understanding of his patient (which takes time and is an ongoing process in of itself) will set the course for the therapeutic process. 

Dr. Reid helps his patients improve daily functioning, foster self-understanding and insight, learn therapeutic concepts, build therapeutic and coping skills (e.g., emotion regulation skills, cognitive skills, mindfulness skills), clarify personal meaning, goals, and values in life, improve relationships, reduce maladaptive and limiting patterns, increase well-being, and overcome self-identified problem areas and life challenges. 

Therapy approach:  

Dr. Reid is highly specialized in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), especially for the treatment of anxiety and emotion regulation, although he integrates principles from other psychological approaches when appropriate. He has been very successful with his deep understanding of and attention to the therapeutic process, his vast training experiences, and his appreciation of the uniqueness of each individual, their experiences, and their stories. Dr. Reid views therapy as a nuanced integration of science, art, relationship, skill, and theory. He combines his various skills and approaches to achieve therapy goals, transcending across various areas of one's life. 

Parent Guidance: 

Dr. Reid collaboratively supports parents to improve their connection and interactions with their child, improve their child's functioning, and foster their child's growth and development.


When clinically appropriate and available, Dr. Reid is able to conduct sessions and provide skills coaching through video and phone conferencing. 

Age Group: 

Children, adolescents, college students, and young adults.

Conditions, concerns, and issues treated:

  • Worry, perfectionism, rumination
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
  • Performance anxiety
  • Stress management
  • Phobias
  • Panic Disorder
  • Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Obsessive and Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Separation Anxiety Disorder
  • Selective Mutism (SM)
  • Trichotillomania  
  • Tic Disorders
  • Depression, mood, and emotion regulation issues
  • Stress, adjustment, and trauma-related issues
  • Self-esteem, identity, and well-being issues
  • Relationship, role, and communication issues
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Intake Assessment

An initial intake assessment focuses on identifying presenting concerns, background information, symptoms and challenges, areas of impairment or struggle, barriers and needs, appropriate classifications, and a clinical conceptualization that puts the pieces together and into a larger context. The initial intake assessment informs treatment goals and planning. It will also determine therapeutic needs and if Dr. Reid is the right clinician to meet those needs.

Neuropsychological Assessment


Neuropsychological Assessment

A neuropsychological evaluation assesses a wide range of areas, including intellectual functioning, academic functioning and learning challenges, learning and memory, attention and executive functioning, language abilities, visual-spatial and visual-motor skills, and psychological, social, emotional, and behavioral functioning.

Dr. Reid provides patients with a full neuropsychological report that outlines and summarizes the results and provides recommendations. During the feedback session, Dr. Reid explains findings, summarizes themes, identifies strengths and vulnerabilities, and discusses recommendations. Follow-up parent and school consultations are also available to translate the findings and implement recommendations.

Sport Psychology Consultation


Sport Psychology Consultation

Dr. Reid provides sport psychology, performance-based consultation to athletes. Consultations are available to athlete's families and coaches. 

The consultation process involves identifying and addressing factors that interfere with and enhance the mental side of athletics and performance. Services can be provided in-person or via telepsychology (video and phone sessions).

Common areas of focus include, but are not limited to:

  • Confidence building
  • Anxiety/stress management
  • Performance anxiety
  • Translating practice gains into competition
  • Mental toughness
  • Emotional balance and regulation
  • Anger/frustration regulation
  • Sustaining concentration
  • Mindfulness
  • Enjoyment and well-being
  • Resilience
  • Performing under pressure
  • Relationship challenges
  • Coping with injuries
  • Communication/Leadership
  • Transitions in/out of sport
  • Lack of recovery/burnout
  • Mental health and non-sport concerns (see clinical services above)
  • Personal identity in/out of sport

For more information on Dr. Reid's Sport Psychology practice, visit: Sport Psychology Consultation

Consultation and Presentations


Consultation and Presentations

Consultation and presentations are available to parents, teachers, administrators, clinicians, and other professionals regarding topics related to mental health, therapy, counseling, and treatment, school-based counseling, and sport psychology.

Example topics include:

  • Youth anxiety 
  • Implementation of therapeutic supports and interventions
  • Performance anxiety
  • Motivational enhancement
  • Fostering psychological well-being
  • Raising healthy children
  • Addressing bullying
  • Building resilience