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Dr. Joshua Kline

Dr. Joshua Kline, Psy.D., Previously, Dr. Kline was attending his APA approved internship at Springfield Hospital Center. He completed both a master’s degree and doctorate Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington, DC campus. His doctoral thesis focuses on the experiences of young adults with ADHD, self-esteem, and job satisfaction. Currently, he works under the supervision of a licensed Clinical Psychologist as he works toward licensure. 


My Philosophy

Dr. Joshua Kline believes in providing a safe, judgment-free, and supportive space for his clients. From a cognitive-behavioral approach, he aims to balance symptom relief in the present while managing life’s challenges and uncertainties. Along with this, he helps develop insights and depth into why one’s struggles may be happening. Dr. Kline values a strong therapeutic relationship as a channel for understanding and a way to foster open and honest dialogue. His therapy style can be described as compassionate, direct, solution-oriented, and mind-body-focused. Together, he and his clients will create a personalized and flexible plan to create a more authentic and fulfilling life in line with identity and values. He provides individual therapy for a range of presentations, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, trauma, grief/loss, gender/sexuality, identity development relationship & interpersonal issues, ADHD, life transitions, and stress. He works with adults, with a special interest with working with LGBTQIA+, young adults transitioning to college and into the workforce, and ADHD populations.  

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