Dr. Moorer specializes in working with women with relationship concerns, with others or with her self. This may include struggles with intimacy, trust, impact of trauma, the ending of a relationship, or feelings of inadequacy. Relationship concerns may manifest into symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress, or difficulties expressing emotion. Dr. Moorer often works with her clients to recognize their value and self-worth, to feel more empowered, to better understand and respond to their emotions, and to effectively communicate their needs in relationships.
Dr. Moorer views her clients as experts on themselves and works collaboratively with them to make progress towards their goals. Her values in therapy include compassion, authenticity, and transparency, and she strives to develop therapeutic relationships that are safe, warm, and wholehearted. Dr. Moorer's approach to therapy is an integrative process, using cognitive-behavioral, relational-cultural, and trauma-informed theories.
Dr. Moorer completed her graduate training at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS, where she earned her M.A. in Psychology and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. She completed her internship in professional psychology at Texas Woman’s University Counseling Center in Denton, TX, and completed her psychologist residency at the University of Oregon Counseling Center in Eugene, OR. Dr. Moorer has clinical experience working in a variety of settings including private practice, community clinics, residential substance use and eating disorders facilities, and university counseling centers. She is currently a licensed psychologist in the states of Oregon and North Dakota.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Relationship issues
- Self esteem
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