MICHELLE DUNN, PHD
I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2010 from California State University, Fresno. I also received two Masters degrees in 2012 from Alliant International University, Fresno: a Master of Science degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology and a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Behavior. I then earned my Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology in 2015 from Alliant International University, Fresno.
I have worked with both children and adult clients from ages 2 and up. I have experience conducting a variety of psychological assessments, as well as providing individual, couple and group therapy. My psychological assessment experience covers a gamut of tests, referral questions and diverse clientele; however, my professional experience has most recently focused on psychodiagnostics assessments for children, assessing for intellectual disability and autism.
I have a passion for the field of psychology and helping individuals gain better insight and growth. Whether it be via therapy or assessments, my hopes for all my clients is they feel safe, heard, valued, learn more about themselves and move towards healing.
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