Robert Holloway, Psy.D.


During his doctoral studies, Dr. Holloway focused his clinical learning on the treatment of trauma in adults, and on working with couples, families and individuals from diverse backgrounds. As a clinician with training in both psychodynamic and systems therapy, Dr. Holloway sees mental health symptoms as arising both out of the individual, and out of their relational context. This orientation allows him to treat individuals, couples and families with mental health presentations such as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, stress, traumatic experiences, marital distress, family discord, and adjustment. Dr. Holloway’s research involves in-depth examinations of psychodynamic psychotherapy sessions for depressed individuals following a greater than two-week lapse in treatment. 

Dr. Holloway is a postdoctoral fellow and is able to see clients with Aetna  and Medicare insurances, all out of network payors, as well as out-of-pocket payers. 


· Trauma informed therapy

· Young adults

· Mindfulness

· Relationship issues


· Anxiety

· Coping Skills

· Emotional Disturbances

· Depression

· Family Conflicts

· Physical Health

· Diabetes support

· Marital issues

· Relationship conflict

· Grief

· Self-esteem

· Sexual abuse

· Stress

· Transgender

· Trauma and PTSD

· Sexuality

· Suicidal thoughts

Client Focus:

· Age 16+

· Young adults/college age

· Adults

· Marriages

· Families

Types of Therapy

· Psychodynamic

· Interpersonal

· Family Systems

· Marital

· Existential/Humanistic

· Mindfulness

· Integrative


· Individuals

· Couples

· Families

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